Last night's talent show was great. Everyone did a good job, but I was most impressed with F4CE, the "chick band," as Mark called them. They did "Now That You're Near," complete with the drum and bass intro by Susan and Lola. And they actually wrote a song themselves, which they also performed. Awesome job, chicks. Paul and Heidi brought the house down (again) with their pantomime act. I've said it before and I'll say it again, they will definitely be in my movie if I ever make one. J. Lo truly earned his name with his "performance" on the senior class skit. Thanks for the free show, J. Lo. Wait, not totally free. I had to pay $4, actually $5. Still, well worth it. Can't leave without mentioning SWAB -- Sufring Without A Board. These guys rocked. They can't sing in key to save their lives, but they were highly entertaining, which is all that matters in the end. I could go on and on, but that's enough. Everyone did well. Bravo.
Can someone please do a soundcheck and adjust the volumes in the back for the next talent show? I don't want to sound like an old man, but I thought my ears were gonna pop. Turn down the instruments, turn up the vocals. Thanks.
I wasn't involed in the show this time (obviously). I wanted to do something with Adrian again, but we're working now and we didn't have any time to prepare anything. Mike and J. Lo asked me to do a song with them, but again, no time. Next time, ladies and gentlemen. Next time.
Point to Ponder: Life is all about love.
Verse to Remember: "The entire law is summed up in a single command: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' " Galatians 5:14 (NIV)
Question to Consider: Honestly, are relationships your first priority? How can you ensure that they are?