Thursday, April 24, 2008



OK, here we are at what CNN called 'the most important week in the history of Pennsylvania.' Well, maybe we still have one more day of work to go, but at least we can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Speaking of light, we were finally able to take in the Star Wars exhibit at the Franklin Institute last night.
Not being a huge Star Wars fans (I thought the movies were entertaining, but I'm not about to buy my own Wookie suit), it is still pretty neat. The boys enjoyed it for the robot building and the cool looking space ships. The princesses just liked walking around and seeing the cars and a real Yoda. Interesting thing, though, was at the entrance to the exhibit there are warnings that no masks can be worn. Good thing the boys left the Darth Vader hemlets at home.
Speaking of big, tonight in the all-school concert at Lansdowne Friends School.
If you don't have tickets, watch for scalpers on Lansdowne Avenue tonight. Make sure what you're buying aren't counterfeits.
I've been able to have a personal concert for the last few months with some fun songs, so there should be a lot of toe-tapping tonight.
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