So that is what me and daddy did, we met Emily at a food court and talked about what the show would sound like.
Then last week me, daddy, grandma and Emily all sat down in a studio at the station and did the interview. Do you know how boring radio interviews are? Very boring, especially when ones stroller is parked facing the wall. By the end of the interview I was ready to chew some wires or pee on the table or any number of other things, just to break the boredom.
|A behind the mic shot of me and daddy.|
|Finally, something fun, getting down and playing on the ground.|
|Dang it daddy, I was just starting to have fun.|
But, as it turned out, it was to go else where and have more fun. Me, daddy and grandma then went to a place where they serve human food, and daddy and grandma had dinner. Daddy later told me that when Sunki was alive they would do that too, just the three of them. I kept trying to see what grandma and daddy were eating, but couldn't really see. I asked daddy if I could try some of what he was eating, but he told me that it wasn't anything bunnies could eat.
After our dinner grandma had to go work at the theatre (more on that later), me and daddy had to go get something from another kind of theatre.
|We got tickets to go see Star Wars: The Force Awakens|
Now, I referred to this other kind of theatre that grandma works at, they don't show movies there (at least not on a regular basis). Instead they have kind of live movies, where people act up on a stage. Sunki used to go with daddy when he volunteered there, and he had to be dressed up all fancy.
Sunday I got to go with daddy and granty Flo to see one of these live movies, grandma was working at the theatre that night too. We were seeing a rock musical in the upstairs theatre (oh, I forgot to mention that there are two theatres in the same building, one on top of the other). The top theatre is called the Winter Garden, it's decorated to look like an outdoor theatre, leaves, tree trunks, lanterns etc.
|This is the show we saw|
See the name Dee Snider, daddy tells me he is the lead singer to a heavy metal band called Twisted Sister. A few years ago that band put out a Christmas album done in heavy metal style, the show is sort of based off of that album. Daddy likes Twisted Sister from when he was a little kid, he "borrowed" (See; stole it for an extended period of time) a tape of their music from his big brother (my uncle). So, getting to see Dee Snider on stage (okay, it wasn't a Twisted Sister concert, but it had TS songs in it). I haven't seen daddy this excited in sometime, I think the last time was when we went to Fan Expo.
After the show me and daddy rushed around to the stage door and waited for hours (at least it felt that way), out in the cold. Finally Dee Snider came out and daddy got his copy of their Christmas album autographed.
|My very first celebrity picture|
Daddy wasn't the only one to come away with a souviner from a show at that theatre. Remember I said that there were two theatres, well the lower theatre had a funny kids type show going on at the same time. Daddy got me a new stuffie from that show.
|My new stuffie|
Now, for some random pictures that don't really fit with anything else in this blog.
|My new droid, BB-8, this one moves and "talks"|
|In my hoodie, a second later I had shook my head and I was free of the hood|
|Exploring granty Flo's apartment|
|It's my stroller, I chinned it|
|The Christmas tree daddy added to the front of my stroller, it lights up.|
Oh, and that Santa Paws guy I talked about in part 1 of this 2 part blog, he comes on December 24th, which is 24 days away. Daddy told me that he brings presents to all the kids (furry or human) all over the world, in just one night.