Beavercreek Show Choir Invitational – Friday Night

Home from a wonderful afternoon and evening at Beavercreek High School. I was so excited to see so many folks I normally don’t get to see, except during show choir season, and I got to judge some pretty impressive middle school show choirs!

Tomorrow, Quintin is volunteering, and has to be there at 6:30am. I will drive him there, drive back to get ready, feed and potty the dogs, and return to the high school to judge high schools.

Tonight, even with all my organization and planning, I had one major bump in the road. I forgot to leave the key for Ema Rogers, who was Friday night’s dog-person (let’s them out to potty and feeds them). As the first show choir is performing I see my phone flashing its red light.  After the performance, and my scoring was completed, to my horror I discovered I had forgotten to have Quintin leave his key for Ema!  Grrrr….  Fortunately, Lea Loree (bless her heart) drove their key over to put in the mail box.  Tomorrow, Alex Loree will be the dog-person.  I am so grateful to Ema & Alex for taking care of the pooches, and their moms, Pati & Lea for driving them!  What great friends!

My shirt and slacks are ironed for tomorrow, and items are packed for the long, long day.  We start early, and seldom return home before 1:00am.  But it is a blast, and something we enjoy doing every year.

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About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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