It could not have been a better evening! Cole Porter tunes sung by the best of Key West. To mention one or two would be remiss. There were twenty performers in all.
Cole Porter created his music back in the 1920s, 1930s and into the early 1940s. Tunes like Begin the Beguine, Night and Day, and From This Moment On.
The evening thrilled me. Everyone in attendance, also. It was obvious by the reactions to the performances. The Waterfront Playhouse is to be commended.
My seat was perfect. Third row. Jenna to my right and friend Susie to my left. The lovely Jean Carper in front. Old friend Skip behind me.
Dinner with Jenna beforehand at the Hot Tin Roof.
We made the bocce playoffs! Won 2 out of 3 games thursday night. At noon today, I will be throwing the pollina.
The playoffs are a big deal. Tents over the benches for the players. Food and drink. All for the players and free. A huge crowd watching.
I hope we win the first match. The playoffs are tough. You play the best of the best.
The Chalk Festival got rained out for today. The concrete must still be wet. I hope the bocce playoffs do not get canceled. The clay should absorb last night’s rain. The courts will be a bit slower, however.
Back to the Chalk Festival. It will be tomorrow on the promenade next to the USCG Ingham on the Truman Waterfront.
Enjoy your day!