Mr. Stan was in charge of me. He helped me with all of my lines and my music and he held me and kept me safe, like Mr. Guy usually does, even when we were on stage.
Mr. Guy and The Lady came today to our last performance of the three. I hoped that The Lady would take some pictures that I could put in my monster memory book, but they don't allow picture taking boxes to be used in the concert hall. That was kind of disappointing! Something else that was disappointing is that Mr. Guy's and The Lady's seats were up high in the hall, way over my head. (I couldn't have seen them in their underwear if I had wanted to, but I'm pretty sure that I didn't want to see that!) They bought their tickets before they knew that I was going to be a part of the concert.
After today's concert, Mr. Stan took me to the lobby to find Mr. Guy and The Lady so that I could go home with them. The Lady showed us some pictures that she tried to take with her phone. I'm not sure she should have done that; she might be
After the concert, when I could finally relax and let my fur be shaggy, I remembered my 100 People Project. Mr. Stan agreed to be in a picture with me. He asked Mr. Sean, The Turtle Creek Chorale artistic director, to be in the picture with us so I got a two for one today!
Mr. Sean does not sing. He stands up in front of the chorale and waves his arms around. I think his arms are magic wands because when he waves them, things happen. All the singers make music together. Or. the instruments start playing. He can wave his magic arms and everyone will stop singing, or sometimes only some people stop singing. He can make people sing louder or softer. I wish I had magic arms like Mr. Sean's. I would wave my magic arms and make everyone happy. I'd put a genuine smile on everyone's face!
Now that my weekend is over, the little blue and orange furry monster is going to get some rest!