Saturday night was absolutely wonderful. It was a Broadway Musical By Popular Demand. They took the best scenes of some of the favored plays and gave a bunch of shorts. My favorite of all was "Adolpho" on "The Drowsy Chaperone." In this scene, Adolpho was the man who appeared to be avoiding a lady in the house. They sang about his fame in the name. Fast, slow, high, and low -Adolpho. I think I would love to watch that play when I get home. Next was "Music of the Night" on "The Phantom of the Opera." Another interesting one I got to learn a little more about was the play called, "Wicked." The scene: "What is this feeling." I didn't know much about it, except that it was closely related to Oz the Great and Powerful. Apparently, there is a song called, "Shy" on "Once upon a Mattress." That was somewhat interesting. A song about being shy is slightly weird, but whatever. The grand finale that we had to leave at, because the night was getting late, and we were about to 'turn into pumpkins', was "THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" on the church organ!!! I thought it was unheard of to play anything that was not a hymn, but it was loud, and the crowd cheered! It certainly got me excited. We tried inviting a bunch of people to go, but none of our investigators or potentials showed up. Oh well, the show must go on.
We also served at the cemetery again to prepare it for the winter/rainy season. We cut out a lot of grass around different headstones and put in new dirt to fill in the holes. Then we swept them off clean from the dirt. Today, we browsed the Bass Pro Shop as we went shopping. It was tall, and it was huge. They had some cool looking fish and overgrown trout just swimming in big tanks, then there were the artificial rocks, and a giant Sequoia tree in the main entrance. It was just unbelievably breathtaking. That's about it that happened this week. Things are extremely slow right now in teaching people. Love you all.