MY DAY: Ending the long day with FROZEN

As fortune would have it this evening, the attendance at the Victoria Theatre was quite low, and there was an open house manager spot on balcony, house left. I was pretty excited that I would get to see FROZEN one more time. There were at least a half dozen moments that I thoroughly enjoyed throughout this run. 

I had another amazing team of ushers with me, tonight, and the fellow house managers are always a hoot to work with. 

It’s 10:55 PM. I have 40 minutes until No. 17 drops me off at The Haasienda. I am really missing my pooches at the moment. I cannot wait to crawl into bed with Harrigan and Col. Deeds who are my constant snuggle buddies. The past week, Bailey has been sleeping on the dog mattress in my study. 

The night is pleasant and while I can hear pockets of conversations, it’s a fairly quiet setting at the terminal. A young mother of color is walking her baby in a stroller and singing to the child. She has a gorgeous voice and I am enjoying the serenade. 

Tomorrow will be another long day and I’m hoping tonight’s sleep will restore energy and strength.

About Wright Flyer Guy

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