Ok, ego trip time!
My humble Mordecai costume has been featured on Tracy J Butler's blog. Y'know, Tracy Butler- as in the artist of LACKADAISY?
Hello DA Journal. Long time, no see!
Well, I've been a busy little bugger over the past few months. I've been falling all over myself (literally) in track, Our spring musical, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" just wrapped up this afternoon, and I won my State Speech/Forensics competition in the Serious prose category. Since then, though... I have missed the thrill from delivering a dramatic, serious reading. So, I laid hold of my copy of "The Phantom of the Opera" and recorded Erik's dying monologue to Daroga.
If your interested, follow the link down yonder rabbit hole!
This morning my brother and I went ditchin' around our local antique mall in hopes of scaring up some loot. Inititally I fifn't find anything, but it's truly amazing what you can find tucked away amongst all the bric-a-brac. In this case, my efforts were rewarded with a Spanish War Cross, a WWII-style American army visor cap, and-wonder of wonders- a Luftwaffe enlisted man's visor cap. but you know what the best part was?
The whole bunch only cost me $50.
Sure, the medal had no ribbon and was badly tarnished, the American visor is was the worse for wear and someone had ripped the insignia off of it. The same with the Luftwaffe cap... Some k