Weight Loss Scoreboard: Week 39

I know, I know – it’s been three weeks since I did a diet post. It’s not from a lack of results, but rather a very busy Premier Custom Travel keeping me occupied, a random root canal and some other things that prevented me from writing regularly. But I’m back — and I have the latest update on my diet journey.

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Review: Pippin

Pippin is a man in search of something more — his “Corner of the Sky.” Throughout his journey, he finds some exciting things, but they’re never enough. “Pippin” the show, which opened for a free week-long run at Miller Outdoor Theatre last night, has the same problem. It finds some exciting moments but needs to keep searching for something more.

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Review: The Lion King

November 13th will mark the 20th Anniversary of “The Lion King” premiering on Broadway. The tour first appeared in Houston in 2002 and has visited two other times since then. Yesterday, the national touring company nicknamed the “gazelle company” arrived at The Hobby Center for a one month summer run. Has the show held up over the last two decades?

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Weight Loss Scoreboard: Week 36

36 weeks. 252 days. 6,048 hours. That’s how long I’ve been on NutriSystem. Last week was the first time I’ve gained weight, but to be fair I was off the program and on a cruise. How did I do in this, my first week back on the program? Keep reading to find out…the suspense is killing ME and I know the answer…

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Tony Award Predictions

Being a big theatre fan, I love the Tony Awards. This year, I’m at sea for the show so I won’t get to see it or live blog it, but I’ll be keeping tabs. So this auto-post is my predictions, made before I set sail on Carnival Valor. I’ll update when I return with my win/loss percentage and thoughts on the winners & show.

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Review: Finding Neverland

The directions to Neverland, according to Peter Pan, are quite simple: “Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning.” Making a musical about the development of Peter Pan and what inspired its writer J.M. Barrie to pen the classic is a bit more complex. “Finding Neverland” arrived earlier this week at The Hobby Center as part of its first national tour and while it made it to the second star just fine, it doesn’t quite get all the way to morning.

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