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Thursday Intermission

Happy Thursday!

This week’s video reminds me of the time Roger and I were in NYC with our younger son. He was a dancer–an accomplished dancer–and he had taken a couple of classes at a studio there that morning. Afterward, he wanted to remember a particular routine to teach at his local studio. So we ducked around a corner by a Starbucks in the theatre district. He started to rehearse the routine–kind of quietly, not full-out–while I videoed. Several people looked on as he rehearsed the steps; and two women came over, cameras on the ready, to ask us if he was rehearsing, and for which show.

We were honest … But what if we hadn’t been? We might have been just a couple of bouncers short of this.

Hmm … I think I’m just as glad we didn’t go that route. All that posing for photos with all those girls might have been too exhausting for him!

Also, the video is called “Fake Celebrity.” It seems that “My 15 Minutes” or something of the sort might have been a better title. After all, heĀ was a celebrity … for one evening.

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