Saturday, May 30, 2009

Blueberry Jam

Last weekend I made 7 jars of strawberry jam - this weekend I've made blueberry jam. Next weekend, Christine has asked for raspberry jam - Farmer's Market, here I come.

You can just start calling me Mini-Martha ...

Love Story .....

..... my newest song obsession.

Love Story

By Taylor Swift

We were both young when I first saw you.
I close my eyes and the flashback starts:
I'm standing there on a balcony in summer air.

See the lights, see the party, the ball gowns.
See you make your way through the crowd
and say hello;

Little did I know
That you were Romeo; you were throwing pebbles,
And my daddy said, "Stay away from Juliet."
And I was crying on the staircase,
begging you, 'Please, don't go.'"

And I said,
"Romeo, take me somewhere we can be alone.
I'll be waiting; all there's left to do is run.
You'll be the prince and I'll be the princess
It's a love story - baby just say 'Yes.'"

So I sneak out to the garden to see you.
We keep quiet 'cause we're dead if they knew.
So close your eyes; escape this town for a little while.
'Cause you were Romeo, I was a scarlet letter,
And my daddy said "Stay away from Juliet,"
But you were everything to me; I was begging you, 'Please, don't go,'"

And I said,
"Romeo, take me somewhere we can be alone.
I'll be waiting; all there's left to do is run.
You'll be the prince and I'll be the princess
It's a love story - baby just say 'Yes.'

Romeo save me - they're tryin' to tell me how to feel;
This love is difficult, but it's real.
Don't be afraid; we'll make it out of this mess.
It's a love story - baby just say "Yes.'"

Oh, oh.

I got tired of waiting,
Wondering if you were ever comin' around.
My faith in you was fading
When I met you on the outskirts of town,

And I said,
"Romeo save me - I've been feeling so alone.
I keep waiting for you but you never come.
Is this in thy head? I don't know what to think-"

He knelt to the ground and pulled out a ring and said,
"Marry me, Juliet - you'll never have to be alone.
I love you and that's all I really know.
I talked to your dad - go pick out a white dress;
It's a love story - baby just say 'Yes.'"

Oh, oh. Oh, oh.

'Cause we were both young when I first saw you...

Friday, May 29, 2009

WEEDS ........

........ is back! Season 5 of the hit Showtime series launches at 10 pm on Monday, June 8th. Is Nancy really pregnant with her Mexican, drug-lord boyfriend's baby? Will Andy finally make a move on Nancy? Will Celia survive her daughter's kidnapping? Will Silas still be with his cradle-robbing girlfriend? Will Shane continue his downward spiral into total uncontrollablity? Will we ever learn what happened to Conrad?

Here's hoping all my questions are answered. Cheers to one of the most cutting edge shows on television!

Free Flowing Friday

1.) Bragging rights again - Yesterday was awards day for Christine - she received an award in Drama for her grades and she was recognized before the school for her acceptance into the Governor's School of the Arts (this is the 2nd award for GSA). Last night she was inducted into the International Thespian Society. She was also awarded the IRONMAN AWARD for all the hard work she did as stage manager and sound operator.

2.) I'm looking forward to another LAND OF THE LOST marathon this weekend on the Sci-Fi Channel. It makes me nostalic, but it also makes me dread the movie 'cause I just know Will Ferrel will screw it up!

3.) I hit 40,000 words on a young adult novel I'm working on. I have dreams of writing a young adult book series, so this is the first. It's very exciting and I'm loving the characters I've developed - I just hope to see it published some day.

4.) I have plans to meet with my good friend, Tammy, on Saturday so we can work on our writing. She's currently finishing up a short story she is submitting to a magazine - she dropped it in the mail today, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

5.) My oldest daughter has finally decided on the baby pictures she wants to have displayed at the wedding. I have plans to scan them into the computer tomorrow night will my hubby is working at the drive-in - hopefully I'll have them burned onto a disc before the weekend is over.

6.) This weekend at the Twin Hills Drive-In: NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: BATTLE FOR THE SMITHSONIAN and STAR TREK. I may have to go up to the drive-in and see STAR TREK again - excellent movie.

7.) I started a new book last night, THE BOOK OF THE DEAD by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. They have collaborated on several books, but I haven't read any of them, so this is my first. So far, so good.

8.) I have several more tomato and pepper transplants to get in the garden this week. The first planting is looking great. I'm going to have plenty of tomatoes, peppers and onions for making salsa later in the season.

9.) I'm hoping to get more strawberries at the Farmer's Market tomorrow. I made 7 jars of strawberry jam last weekend and I'd like to make more this weekend. I have blackberries going on in the garden, but they won't be ready for a few more weeks.

10.) This afternoon, I'll finish watching the funeral of Stuart Chandler. As I watched the being yesterday, I'm ashamed to admit, I freely had tears flowing - for a fictional character!! What the hell is wrong with me? Not watching is not an option - I have to have my daily dose of Pine Valley - makes me feel better about my life.

And I'm going to leave you this Friday with a quote I read this week:
"... life isn't measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away." --Author Unknown

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Frugal Is ....

One of my bloggy friends was recently accepted as a blogger on Examiner.Com. Her blog is going to center around "Frugal Tips" to make ends meet. She has been giving us frugal tips for many months now on her personal blog, but this is a way for more people to have access to her information. If you have a chance, check her out - and don't forget to leave a comment!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Oops, He Did It Again ...

... he played with my heart ... and had me laughing so hard I was rolling in the floor. I love Craig Ferguson and I watch his show every night. Occasionally - like the night of my 19th wedding anniversary - I DVR the show to watch at a later date. I do enjoy me some Craig - he's one of my guilty pleasures - which is okay 'cause hubby enjoys watching him, too.

So tonight hubby and I are catching up on DVRd shows, and Craig was first on the list. The opening from the May 19th show was a musical number - Craig lip syncing to Britney Spears' "Oops I Did It Again." Can we all say HIL-AR-I-OUS?!!! Oh, and not only was he lip syncing, but he was doing the dance moves as well, along with the puppets signing the chorus.

And of course, I can't leave you hanging, so I've found the video, courtesy of my friend YouTube.

Way Back Wednesday - Driving Miss Daisy

Driving Miss Daisy is a 1989 film adapted from the Alfred Uhry play of the same title. The film was directed by Bruce Beresford with Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy. The story defines Daisy (Tandy) and her point of view through a network of relationships and emotions by focusing on her home life, synagogue, friends, family, fears, and concerns. Hoke (Freeman) - the chauffeur - is rarely seen out of Miss Daisy's presence, although the title implies that the story is told from his perspective. Driving Miss Daisy won the Academy Award for Best Picture and was the last PG-rated film to do so.

It is 1948 and Mrs. ("Miss") Daisy Werthan, a 72-year-old widow, lives in Atlanta, Georgia. After a driving mishap, Miss Daisy’s son Boolie (Dan Aykroyd) tells her she will have to get a chauffeur because no insurance company will insure her. Against her wishes, Boolie hires Hoke. It takes many days before Miss Daisy relents and allows Hoke to drive her to the Piggly Wiggly.

This one of those movies I never get tired of watching. If I run across it while flipping channels, I always have to stop and watch.

Favorite movie quotes:

[said to Hoke on his first day of work]
Idella (the maid): "I wouldn't be in your shoes if the Sweet Lord Jesus come down and asked me himself."

[Hoke is trailing Daisy in the car as she walks to the supermarket]
Daisy: "What are you doing?"
Hoke: "I'm tryin' to drive you to the store!"

[Hoke on a pay phone calling Boolie after taking Daisy to the Piggly Wiggly]
"Hello, Mr. Werthan? Yeah, it's me. Guess where I'm at? I jus' finished drivin' yo mama to da store."
"Oh, yeah, she flap around some, but she's all right, she in da store. Oh, Lord, she jus' looked out da window an' seen me on da phone... prob'ly gonna throw a fit right there at da checkout!"
"You sho' right about that! Only took me six days. Same time it took the Lord to make the world! All right, 'bye now!"

This is a great family movie with lots of heart and humor.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Buffy Without Whedon or Gellar ...?

... don't make me laugh! But according to E Online, this is exactly what the plans are.

This new film will not be a sequel or a prequel, but a "relaunching" on the lines of Star Trek. This also means no Willow or Zander or Spike or any of our other beloved characters. A new Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie without the film and series mastermind Joss Whedon, I just find this hard to believe.

Apparently, Fran Rubel Kuzui, the director of the 1992 Buffy movie - starring Kristy Swanson as Buffy - and her husband, Kaz Kuzui of Kuzui Enterprises feel like they need to cash in on the vampire craze that is sweeping the nation thanks to Stephenie Meyer's hit book series, Twilight.

With the success of the HBO series, True Blood, based on the Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris, the upcoming IFC series of the adaptation of Anita Blake Vampire Hunter by Laurell K. Hamilton, and the forthcoming release of the 2nd Twilight movie, New Moon - vampires seem to be everywhere.

I have been a vampire lover since Barnabas Collins entered my life in 1966. Salem's Lot by Stephen King was the first vampire book I read, but I quickly moved on to the classic by Bram Stoker, as well as Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles. So this overwhelming frenzy with all things vampire, 40 years after my infatuation started, is very surprising to me.

But, in the interest of fairness, I'll wait until a movie is actually produced to make up my mind about a new Buffy launch. I'm just keeping my fingers - and toes - crossed that the Kuzui's will see reason and pull Whedon and Gellar onboard.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Sleestacks, Pylons and Dinos ... Oh My

...okay, don't laugh - or judge me - but my inner child is doing the Happy Dance this morning...Sci-fi is running the original LAND OF THE LOST series all day in preparation for next week's release of the movie. So, on this fine Memorial Day and my only day off until the 4th of July, I'll be keeping the DVR hot today recording all the shows! I know it's silly and I know it's campy, but it takes me back 34+ years.

"... Marshall, Will and Holly on a routine expedition, met the greatest earthquake ever known ..."

How could any child be afraid of a rubber suited monster who mouths didn't open? But when I was 11, I thought Sleestacks were so scary!

Say goodnight, Grumpy!

I even had a LAND OF THE LOST lunch box!

Sunday, May 24, 2009

It's Wrong On So Many Levels

Most times, it doesn't take much to amuse me - I enjoy humor and I love to laugh.

But this weekend has been too much, and it's wrong on so many levels....

One of our female cats, Elinore, is in heat and she's beginning to get a little obnoxious. Until she started doing the "happy - come and get me - dance" - to our dog!

Yes, that's right - the female cat is backing up to the dog, Rusty, and being the dog he is, he's nudging her with his nose. We have laughed so hard, I've nearly peed myself.

See, I told you it was wrong!

Creative Writing Spree

For anyone interested, I've been on a creative writing spree this weekend, so I have many new pieces on my writing blog - My Muse and Me. There are several new poems and the beginnings for two new short stories, in addition to another quick peak into the life of Jade, my science fiction character.

I know this is gratuitous plugging of another one of my blogs, but if I can't plug myself on my own blogs, then where can I brag?!!

Come on over and sit a spell - suggestions and gentle critiques are always welcome.

Saturday, May 23, 2009


Mr. and Mrs. Keith (Bobbi) Rightmyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Huffman announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Dawn Huffman to Jason Matthew Wilham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robby (Tammy) Wilham.

The wedding will take place at 5:30 pm Saturday, June 20, 2009 at Pioneer Baptist Church in Harrodsburg. A reception will follow in the Black Box at Old Fort Harrod. Family and friends are welcome to attend.

This is my oldest daughter, Amber - isn't she beautiful? I am truly blessed. And what about my future son-in-law? He's a great guy from a great family and he makes my daughter happy - I couldn't ask for more. God bless them both!

Friday, May 22, 2009

Free Flowing Friday

Yahoo - it's Friday again!!

1.) Just came back from a wonderful program at the Mercer Public Library on Locally Grown Food - Localvores. Some of the farmers in our community presented a panel discussion about growing, eating and selling locally grown food. The Mercer Farmer's Market opens tomorrow and I'm so happy - the only thing I have that's even near ready to harvest in my garden is onions and lettuce. I did pick two strawberries, but since my plants are babies, I've been picking off the blooms so the roots will grown. But next year - next year I'll have homegrown strawberries.

2.) Last night my hubby and I went to the Mercer County Board of Education meeting. The BOE honored my youngest daughter, Christine, for being accepted into the Governor's School for the Arts. I'm sorry, but I just can't quit bragging about Christine - we are so proud of her.

3.) At 4pm, my oldest daughter, Amber is getting her hair done - she is trying out hairstyles for her wedding next month. I'll be there to take pictures so we can decide on a style. She has another appointment next Friday for a different style.

4.) My writing group meets tonight at 6:30, The Community of Mercer County Writers - or Nomadic Ink. Our assignment for May was a 2 page story entitle "My Mom and Me." I really look forward to our monthly meetings. Next Sunday, the 31st, we have a reading scheduled at the KY Fudge Company at 2pm.

5.)Terminator Salvation opened today, so we're planning a trip to the movies tomorrow afternoon. This will be the 3rd Saturday in a row we've been to the movies - that hasn't happened in a long time. I can't wait to see what direction they take the Terminator series. In this movie, we'll finally get to see John Conner in 2018, fighting the war with machines we've only heard about.

6.) I'm hoping to get some local strawberries this weekend. I have plans to can some strawberry jam. It's been a few years since I made jam and we are totally out of homemade. Right now, my blackberries are blooming, so I hope to be able to make blackberry jam in the next few weeks.

7.) I'm reading a great book for my book club - ISABELLA MOON by Laura Benedict. It is the story of the search for a missing 9 yo girls and all the dark secrets of a small town community. My book club - the Mercer County Library Lunch Bunch - meets on Tuesday, May 26th at noon.

8.) I'm ahead of schedule with some of my writing, which is unusual for me. I've already turned in my Mercer's Magazine story for July and my Super 70s column for July. Yeah me!

9.) Tomorrow after the movies, I have plans to meet up with my good friend, Tammy, and we plan to have a writing session. We love to get together to write, but we usually end up talking more than writing, but that's okay. You can check out Tammy's bi-monthly column in the Sunday Advocate Messenger - Hillybilly Zen.

10.) I'm off to the kitchen to check my bread - I mixed up some dough and now it's on its first rise. I'm using my "no Knead" recipe, so it couldn't be simpler to make fresh, homemade bread. Yummy, fresh bread for supper - delicious!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Dueling Speeches

Too upset to vent - just read for yourself...

Read President Obama's speech here.

Read former Vice President Cheney's speech here.

Terror Plot in the Bronx

Four men attempted to bomb a synagogue in the Bronx Wednesday night—what the Post calls a "mission from hell"—only to be thwarted by the FBI. The men, from Newburgh, NY, planted explosive devices at the Riverdale Temple and Jewish Center just after 9 p.m. One problem: the explosives were fake, supplied by authorities as a part of an elaborate sting operation. The accused men are James Cromitie, David Williams, Onta Williams, and Laguerre Payen. Cromitie told an informant that his parents had lived in Afghanistan and he was angry about the U.S. presence there. The men were apparently also planning to bring down a military plane with a stinger missile.

Read the full story at the New York Post
Photo copyright of The New York Post.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Missing Link

A team of researchers Tuesday unveiled an almost perfectly intact fossil of a 47 million-year-old primate they say represents the long-sought missing link between humans and apes.
To read the full story, go to Daily News.
"It is the scientific equivalent of the Holy Grail. This fossil will probably be the one that will be pictured in all textbooks for the next 100 years."

This is so cool - I love archeology! And to actually find something like this - WOW!

Next week, the History Channel will be airing a program on the missing link discovery.

Adam and Kris, Who??

Dear Abby,

Am I the only person who doesn't watch American Idol?? Between the uproar of Adam and Kris, and the "news" of the newest UK recruit - there seems to be no new news - anywhere. These topics have flooded the airwaves and media print.


Searching for real news

Way Back Wednesday - Ghost

After being killed during a botched mugging, a man's love for his partner enables him to remain on earth as a ghost.
Ghost is a 1990 romantic drama film starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Tony Goldwyn and Whoopi Goldberg, written by Bruce Joel Rubin and directed by Jerry Zucker. It was nominated for multiple Academy Awards, including Best Picture, winning for Best Original Screenplay, as well as Best Supporting Actress for Whoopi Goldberg.

Sam Wheat (Swayze) and Molly Jensen (Moore) are a happy and loving couple living in New York City. Sam has a problem with saying "I love you" to his girlfriend, only responding to her saying it with "ditto". This bothers Molly, who feels she needs to hear him say "I love you" in return.

Returning from the theatre one night, they encounter a thief who pulls a gun and shoots Sam. Sam apparently gets up and chases the theif, but loses him; when he returns to Molly, he sees her cradling his own corpse, and realizes that he is now a ghost, trapped between worlds. Lights descend to take him away, but he flees.

Fearing that Molly is in danger, Sam remains earthbound in order to protect Molly. Sam is frustrated because he cannot communicate with Molly - until he meets Oda Mae (Goldberg), a con artist posing as a medium. Oda Mae soon realizes she is a true medium and Sam convinces her to help him save Molly.

Ghost won 2 Academy Awards: Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress for Whoopi Goldberg. Ghost was the top money-making movie of 1990, earning over $505 million world-wide.

Favorite quotes:

Sam: Molly, you're in danger.
Oda Mae: You can't just blurt it out like that! And quit moving around, because you're starting to make me dizzy. I'll just tell her in my own way.
[pause; then, to Molly]
Oda Mae: Molly, you in danger girl.

Sam: I'm Henry the 8th I am. Henry the 8th I am I am. I got married to the widow next door. She's been married seven times before.

Molly: I love you. I really love you.
Sam: Ditto

The iconic pottery wheel scene - performed to "Unchained Melody" by The Righteous Brothers - has been named one of the sexiest scenes in modern movie history.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Happy Anniversary

Today is my 19th wedding anniversary - yeah US!!! Hubby and I have been together for just over 23 years and things just keep getting better and better. We have 3 beautiful daughters and loving families - what more could you ask for??

Happy Anniversary, Baby - I love you bunches!!

Monday, May 18, 2009

Who Shot Adam Chandler?

Who shot Adam Chandler?

Leave it to All My Children to start a summer mystery. Adam Chandler - portrayed by David Canary since 1984 - has always been a cold-hearted bastard, but you know he's been very, very bad when the suspects number a baker's dozen.

So, let's check out the suspects:

#1 and #2 - Zach and Kendal Hart Slater - Adam gave the go-ahead for the trial use of a new heart valve to be marketed by Chandler Enterprises. The valve is implanted in little Ian Slater and now he is on death's door.

#3 - David Hayward - Adam pulled a fast one and has denied David custody or visitation with Little Adam.

#4 - Krystal Carey Hayward - Adam told a secret about Krystal he swore he would never tell.

#5 - J.R. Chandler - Adam disinherited J. R. - not to mention Adam is now a possible suspect in the murder of J.R.'s mother, Dixie.

#6 - Liza Colby - has returned to Pine Valley and is looking for revenge against Adam.

Also in the house at the time of the murder, but who I think are improbable suspects:

#7 - Tad Martin - Suspects Adam may have murdered Dixie, only Tad went to the Chandler Mansion to stop J.R. from killing Adam.

#8 - Ryan Lavery - Went to Chandler Mansion to prevent Kendall from killing Adam

#9 - Annie Lavery - She was there to kidnap Emma, but she did have a gun.

#10 - Erica Kane - Although she has been helping Adam of late, she is furious he put little Ian's life in jeopardy. Was that Erica's high heeled shoes in the mansion or Liza's?

#11 - Adian Devaine - Adian was only at the mansion trying to find Annie, but he was in the house.

#12 - Colby Chandler - She was so upset over Daddy's death, I just don't think it's possible she is the murderer.

#13 - Scott Chandler - He also doesn't seem like a likely suspect, but he did turn up at the house.

At this point I have no idea who shot Adam - it's going to be a loooooong summer ...

The many marriages of Adam Chandler:

Althea (divorced)
Erica Kane (divorced)
Brooke English (invalid))
Dixie Cooney (invalid; deceased)
Natalie Marlowe (invalid)
Erica Kane (vow renewal)
Gloria Marsh (divorced)
Liza Colby (divorced)
Liza Colby (divorced)
Arlene Vaughan (divorced)
Liza Colby (re-married; divorced)
Krystal Carey [Married; Renewed Vows; Divorced]

Scarpetta Coming to Big Screen

Dr. Kay Scarpetta is coming to a movie theater near you - and she will be played by Angelina Jolie. After almost 20 years of reading the adventures of the first true medical examiner heroine, I'm so excited to see Scarpetta finally made into a movie, but I have never pictured her as looking like Jolie.

Check out the articles below:
Patricia Cornwell

E Online


Summer BlockBusters

Typically, summer is the time for huge blockbuster movies and family entertainment for all ages. This was always the time in my childhood when my family and I would pile into the car and head for the drive-in. Back then, it didn’t matter what was playing because we were just thrilled to be going.

This summer’s movie season is already kicking into high gear, and it isn’t even Memorial Day yet. So far, Star Trek is leading the pack, giving us a fresh new take on the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, bringing this unique story to another generation of sci-fi fans. But this isn’t the only sci-fi movie people are interested in seeing – this weekend Terminator Salvation premieres, moving this storyline into the future. We will finally get to see John Connor in 2018, fighting the fight we have only heard about until now.

This past weekend, Angels and Demons made its splash onto the big screen. This is the first book by Dan Brown (author of The Da Vinci Code), but the second of his books to be immortalized on screen. This is NOT a sequel to the Da Vinci Code – however, Angels and Demons does have the character of Robert Langdon. This is an excellent movie – and before people start complaining this movie is not historically or religiously accurate – it is just a movie based on a book of fiction. Brown never claims it to be anything else.

Other June releases with buzz include: Land of the Lost on June 5th; The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 on June 12th; and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen on June 24th. I’m having mixed feelings about Land of the Lost – this was my favorite show when I was a little girl and I’m afraid they will butcher it on the big screen. I don’t like Will Ferrell and his “bathroom humor,” but I’m going to have to go see it because I’m afraid I’ll miss something.

Of course, the movie I am most waiting for is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – to be released on July 15th. Since the postponement of this movie last November, excitement has grown to a fever pitch with Potter fans eagerly anticipating the premiere. Other July releases include: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Ice Age 3) on July 1st; Public Enemy on July 1st (Johnny Depp – be still my heart); and Aliens in the Attic on July 31st.

On into August, anticipation is building for Julie and Julia on August 7th; G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra on August 7th; and Inglourious Basterds on August 21st (Quentin Tarantino rocks!). Wonder what took them so long in bring G.I. Joe to the big screen?

So, what movies are you looking forward to this summer??

Friday, May 15, 2009

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Last night was opening night for the Mercer County Senior High School's spring musical, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" - based on the comic strip "PEANUTS" by Charles M. Schulz - Book Music and Lyrics by Clark Gesner. This is the first musical since the school merger of the Mercer County and Harrodsburg Independent schools.

Go fly a kite, Charlie Brown (Dakota Rogers)

The Woodstocks (Tevie Milburn and Fancy Goodlett) asleep on top of Snoopy's doghouse

Sally (Bethany Hood) upset over getting a C on her coat hanger project

The little Red Haired Girl (McKenna Milburn), Peppermint Patty (Lizzie McCoy), Shermy (Eli Edwards) and Frieda (Alisha Abner)

Charlie Brown (Dakota Rogers) and Lucy (Sarah Porter) - the doctor is in

Schroeder (Heath Green) and Lucy (Sarah Porter) making beautiful music together

Snoopy (Emily Horn) on the hunt for the Red Baron

Congratulations to the cast: Dakota Rogers, Sarah Porter, Heath Green, Bethany Hood, Nick Yeast, Emily Horn, Tevie Milburn, Fancy Goodlett, McKenna Milburn, Alisha Abner, Elie Edwards and Lizzie McCoy

My lovely daughter, Christine Rightmyer, was stage manager and she put in many long, hard hours of work behind the scenes. From microphones to lights to musical cues, she kept the actors on the right track.

A big thank you to all the hard work by Director, Dustin Mosko, Mercer County Senior High Drama teacher. Also, a big thank you to the crew - without you the show would not go on:

Vocal Coach - Erin Milburn
Choreographer - Kelly Russell
Music Supervisor - Jaziel Guerra
Set Design - Dal Platt
Stage Manager - Christine Rightmyer
Assistant Stage Manager - Tyler Woodrum

A special thank you to:
Wal-Mart of Harrodsburg
The Faculty & Administration of MCSH
The Mercer County Board of Education

There are still 3 more performances of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown":

Friday, May 15 at 8pm
Saturday, May 16 at 8pm
Sunday, May 17 at 3pm

Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for students and $3 for children.