If you haven't heard, I'm not from around these parts. I hail from from the mitten state, Michigan. Believe me, we have our own weird sayings and special foods. I'm curious, what are some foods that are associated with the Capital Region?
Does anyone remember their first spelling bee? It's kind of a weird thing if you think about it. At least mine was. I'm pretty sure we were all forced to participate. Which is always a good start for a kid. The teacher would call on every student and they'd have to stand up and spell the word. If we didn't get it right we would have to sit down and if the public humiliation wasn't enough we would then have to watch the kids who were still in.
Monday there was a surprise party at Proctors with the Capital Repertory Theatre to announce the upcoming productions making their way to the Capital Region. I think jaws dropped when the list started rolling!
There will be instant shame on the Mom from the public when I say that she left her 2-year old in the car while she ran into the store quick. Sure, it may have been a common occurrence when I was growing up in the 80's, but these days? It's a big no-no.
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