I saw them last night! Robert and Ally. Playing munchkins in the Key West High School production of the Wizard of Oz.
They were absolutely magnificent! For real! They sang and danced like pros.
What impressed me before and after the show was how calm they were. Taking everything in stride.
There is a third component to the grandkid thing. Cameron. Cameron is not young, however. He is a high school senior. Off to college in September.
Cameron played the Straw Man. He was the best performer by far. I was impressed. He should seriously consider pursuing dramatics as a career.
Needless to say, Lisa and Corey were proud parents..
My day yesterday started with the dentist once again. When will I finish?
Then to the Plantation Coffee House. The lovely Diane working.
I enjoy reading newspapers. Especially free ones. I spent about two hours drinking coffee and plodding through various newspapers.
Show time this morning. At 10 my time. The Key West Lou Legal Hour. In addition to topics already shared with you, I am going to comment on this week’s Time article on how medical costs are killing us. The article is an outstanding piece of investigative journalism.
My show is available on television and the internet. It may be viewed on TV via Comcast Channel 87 and U-Verse Channel 19 from Key West through Miami-Dade County. World wide on the internet. www.tvchannel19.com.
Join me for an interesting and fast moving hour.
Ran into an old friend yesterday. One I had not seen in several months. She looked terrific! Where have you been, I asked. I had a stroke, she replied.
We never know.
Celebrities keep popping up in Key West. Last week it was Robin Roberts. Half of the host team on Good Morning America. She was diagnosed with cancer several months ago. Had some heavy treatment. Including bone marrow transplant.
She was vacationing in Key West prior to returning to work this week. She was back on Good Morning America this past monday morning.
Good for her!
Remember my show at 10.
Enjoy your day!