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    I wish I could see these pictures! Stupid work computer. Lets me see some people's pictures, but not others... makes no sense.
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    That's because Pebbles' pictures are too spicy hot! Love those nails!

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    Those nails rule! I'm super jealous.
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    They are "Impress" brand press on nails. They work great and are very easy to apply. I paid about $7.50 for the set at a drug store. You could probably get them cheaper at walmart. There are tons of designs.

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    Opening night was awesome, even with the small disasters that make up life in the theater. We had one of the authors of the play in the audience and she did a Q&A after the show. Very Cool.

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    congrats!
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    The small disasters in theater are happy accidents. I did one in high school that ticked our director off, but the crowd went nuts. I'm all for a little improv now and again.
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    Glad to hear it went well P. Rocking it as usual I am sure.
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    The second show went amazingly well. Some flubbed lines and one early song entrance (me), but otherwise great. The writer was with us again. She told us that we were only the 6th or 7th performance of the show since the first run in 2002. The audience has really been connecting with the characters and the timely story.

    Its about people who are hard working and real, most of whom work at the Agribig corporation. A guy shows up from the corporate office to revamp the factory. Unbeknownst to even him, corporate plans to move the operation to Mexico. He chooses to live in the local trailer park because he is an average guy who grew up simply. He falls for a waitress who lives there too. It is angering and sad at times, but has a happy ending.
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