Category: Weekend Wanderings

Weekend Wandering: Symphonie Fantastique

Keltin and I love shows and last weekend was a busy one with Miss Saigon on Saturday and Symphonie Fantastique on Sunday at the Meyerson Symphony Center. The first piece was Brahms Concerto in D Major for Violin and Orchestra. These piece was in three parts. This piece was interesting because there was a full

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Weekend Wandering: Miss Saigon

I have season tickets to the Dallas Summer Musicals and one of the musicals was Miss Saigon. I probably should have looked up a short synopsis before going but I like a surprise and didn’t want to spoil the story. I’ve never been to a musical or show in general that was so raunchy or

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Weekend Wanderings: Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is always wonderful to watch and enjoy and this latest performance was no exception. The performance started out with The Bells by Rachmaninoff. The Bells contains four movements and I swear each movement is sadder sounding than the previous. The fourth part is actually called “The Mournful Iron Bells” and I

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Weekend Wandering: Dinosaurs and Pencils

This is not a fashion blog but I had to share my new nerdy dress. My friend was in town and we were exploring the local boutiques when I came across this dinosaur print dress. Later that day we headed down to Deep Ellum in Dallas to visit Archer Paper Goods. They carry pencils (along

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Review: HAMILTON

Hamilton is a play based off the biography Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow. Keltin actually read the book in preparation for watching the performance. The musical was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda. The set for the show is really simple and use quiet effectively. Its also odd because there wasn’t a curtain obscuring the set before

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Saturday Morning Adventure

Bear and I came across this patch of bluebonnets and paintbrushes just around the corner from the house and I had to take his picture with them. Bear in the flowers. As I was taking these it began to sprinkle. And before we made it home it began to really come down in a thunderstorm.

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