Monday, January 15, 2018

Community Theater....

  Come to Truvy's beauty salon, where all the ladies who are "anybody" come to have their hair done.  My daughter Angie is playing Truvy in the play Steel Magnolias ,being presented by our community theater.  This production is possible thru a grant from the Women's Fund, Tipton County Foundation.
 Since Dolly Pardon played Truvy in the movie version, Angie ordered this Dolly  looking wig to wear in the play...well yes, I just had to try it on ...and the laughing began.  We had such a fun time together on Sunday. Went to her house for brunch .  Then she and I played on the phone talking with granddaughter , Sierra.  Lots of talking taking place while we cleaned up the kitchen after eating. Of course I sent this picture out to all my daughters. We wanted them to have some laughs too. :):)
  Snowed in the wee hours and going to snow some more today. Already pretty tired of winter. LOL. It's 20 degrees right now. going down to zero tonight.  Then we will have some warmer temps...well hopefully. Staying in and off the roads, as just about every county has warnings out . Stay warm and safe where you are today. XO

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  1. Don't you look cute in this BIG blonde wig, Susie. What a fun picture. That's great that Angie is playing a part in the production of Steel Magnolias at the community theatre. Oh, I would love to see your snow today. The Winter season has just started for us, and I'm enjoying it. It is reeeaaallly foggy out this morning, and so pretty, but a bit scary to drive in. Bundle up and stay warm, Susie.

    love, ~Sheri

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    1. Sheri, I will have to post a snow picture just for you. LOL. It was cold and windy today and tomorrow will be very scary cold to start the day. Then by week's end it will be near 50. Crazy weather. You stay warm there too. I could not help but laugh about that blonde wig. I can not wait to see Angie wearing it. She has been in many of the community theater plays. I love watching her. She was a little ham when she was growing up , at times. Blessings to you. hope you are doing well. love you, xoxo, Susie

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  2. Love the blonde wig on you Susie! You look so pretty! Stay warm and safe in this weather!

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    1. Pilar, If I were young I would wear that big old blonde wig in public. LOL. It so fun to see my granddaughter roar with laughter when she saw me during our skype season. :) It is cold today and tomorrow will be too. But come the weekend it may get to 50 degrees...who knows what to wear when it's so up and down. Blessings to you, stay warm there. xoxo, Susie

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  3. Cute, Susie! Wigs are fun!
    Daughter time is PERFECT!
    Stay warm. It's snowing here, too.

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    1. I truly love family time together. You are right daughter one on one time is so special. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  4. I love the Dolly look-a-like wig!

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    1. Karen, I laughed till I was almost crying. My g.daughter was roaring , then that made it even funnier. You know how laughter is contagious. Stay warm there...it's cold here and tomorrow will start very scary cold. Then 50 by the weekend. Bless you, xoxo, Susie

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    1. Laurie, It was a cute wig and if I were young, I would wear that thing in public. LOL. My granddaughter was bent over laughing when we skyped her. It was such fun. Blessings to you, stay warm, xoxo, Susie

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  6. Look how cute you look. You should wear it when the production is over! You can be a natural blond like a few of your blog friends...like me! Lots of hugs!

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    1. Diane, If only I were young, yes I would ask to borrow that wig. LOL. Angie and I laughed so hard, then skyped Sierra and she just totally lost it laughing with us. I was almost in tears laughing so hard. I thought the wig was cute to be so darn cheap. Angie will wear it during the play and I can not wait. Blessings and hugs to you too. xoxo, Susie

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  7. How fun to have her in the play. That wig is so cool. Glad you were able to make your girls laugh! Janice

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    1. Janice, It would be fun to be young and wear that wig. LOL. My daughter and I skyped my Granddaughter and we were laughing so much. Does a body good. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  8. You are A-DOOR-a-BULL!!! Louis Dean would love community theater! I really should have looked into that for him when we first got married. It’s hard to believe it will be 13 years this June!
    Well, it really is cold all over! 22 here right now and 12 tonight! Goodness! Ice out but I don’t think snow.
    You and your Teddy Bear stay warm!

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    1. Linda, You and LD should check into your community theater, I think you both could do it. I am so happy that you and LD have each other . I am shock at the crazy weather patterns we all are having this winter. Horrible cold all over the U.S. Stay safe and warm. Blessings, love , xoxo, Susie

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  9. Oh I love that movie and don't you look just flat out adorable lady! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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    1. Cindy, The movie, Steel Magnolias had a lots of good actresses in it. I could watch it time and again. I am excited to see how my daughter does in it. She has had some really good roles in the plays so far. Blessings to you, xoxo, Susie

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  10. Oh Dahling...you are gorgeous as a blond. I loved that movie, and I can imagine the play will be wonderful. Brings back memories of High School. I was in every play they had. I have used drama in a lot of my Sunday School teaching.
    Sending hugs and blessings.

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    1. Wanda, It would be fun if you posted some old pictures of your acting days. My daughter Angie has always loved being in plays. She did things in H.S. also. Blessings to you, hope you are safe there. xoxo, Susie

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  11. Oh wow, love you in the wig and what I'd give to see that play with you. Stay warm my friend. Surely, spring can't be to far away. Love and Hugs, xo

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