One theater mom shares her family's experience with local community theater.
Sunday, October 14, 2012
By Laura Bickel Like most parents when our son was a toddler we started exploring various activities, adventures or opportunities to broaden our child’s life experience in ways we may not have had the opportunity to be exposed to as children ourselves, usually because our parents didn’t have the money or the time. Especially with a single parent, there really wasn’t a lot of time for the weekly commitment to sports and things until we got older and could manage to get ourselves to those activities on our own. One sister was a cheerleader, another sang in the choir and I played on the tennis team. My husband on the other hand grew up in a typical lower middle class family with three boys. They too did not do all those sports and scouts, etc…
Missing: Sundance, 4 year old male bengal. Golden brown with black spots and stripes. Is wearing green Dog - Guard Invisible fence collar.
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Thursday, August 2, 2012
Sundance has a very loud, unusual bellowing meow – almost jungle like. If you see or hear him, please contact: Laura 810/772-9877 Regardless of the time - day or night Well known for his hunting skills as he seeks to eradicate the neighborhood of: Moles, Chipmunks and other pests. However, he has not yet completed his contractual obligation to his current employer and his return is requested. Last seen exploring West Hartland Woods Subdivision, including Rolling Hills, and Autumn Woods areas. May have wandered into Mill Pointe. Enjoys sunning on strangers patios, loves kids and other animals. Loving Family very Concerned for his Safety.