It is 7:40 p.m. on Lame Post Friday, and as usual, I got nuthin’. At least, I have things I can write about but lack the oomph to actually do so. You’ll have that, especially with me. I thought I would resort to pictures. My husband, Steven, recently shared the above on Facebook as a Throw Back Thursday, and I thought it was fun. The scene is from a DVD the Herkimer County Historical Society made for a Celebrity Roast of Assemblyman Marc Butler back in 2015. It was just after the triumphant run of Roxy by Jack Sherman, the play the society put on at Ilion Little Theatre. I played the title role (I say modestly). The DVD was all about the the Right to Bare Arms, an issue near and dear to Assemblyman Butler’s heart. I don’t properly understand politics, but I enjoyed participating in the DVD.
Having downloaded that picture to share, I searched the Historical Society’s Facebook page for further photos. First I came across a cast shot from the most recent murder mystery we put on for them, A G.R.A.V.E. Murder (perhaps you read a few of my blog posts about it).
As I continued, I discovered some pictures from Who Shot JS? the first murder mystery we did for the society. We killed off Jack Sherman, who wrote the play Roxy that I mentioned earlier.
Well, now I am approaching 300 words, so I can hit Publish and go back to enjoying my Friday night with a clear conscience. I hope to see you all on Scattered Saturday, or whatever kind of a Saturday it turns out to be.