One of the things I did in November was the “A Christmas Story Musical” informance. I am part of Club Blume, a young adult group who is interested in theatre. Blumenthal Performing Arts is how shows tour through Charlotte- Club Blume got its name from the first five letters from Blumenthal. At the informance, I learned more about the movie and how it went became a musical. When I first heard about “A Christmas Story Musical” over the summer, I thought it was just an odd kind of musical- during the informance, when I heard that the composer and lyricist who wrote Greatest Showman also wrote A Christmas Story, I was more interested. At the end, everyone who attended got a voucher, which had two ticket options: Mezzanine and Balcony. On December 5th, I am attending “A Christmas Story Musical” with Club Blume and ended up getting the Mezzanine ticket. By the way, “A Christmas Story Musical” is my 5th musical this year- the year with the most musical.
Of course-Thanksgiving was in November. My family went to Burlington to spend time with my grandpa (my dad’s dad and my great aunt). I enjoyed Thanksgiving, and the best thing I had was the pumpkin pie.
Special Church Services
- Evensong- Evensong is not just a church service to me. It is a service that brings back memories. It reminds me of Bristol. It is not like a regular church service. It is unique in its own way.
- Installation of Holy Comforter’s new rector- Holy Comforter is where my family attends church. A couple months ago, our church got a new rector. On November 28th, he was officially installed into the church. It was not like a regular church service either. Its procession was longer than a regular procession. The bishop was there. Our rector was given gifts. See what I mean, by “not like a typical church service”. So it was different.
How was your November?