I have so so so many posts to catch you up on but this is the first on my list for two reasons really. Firstly because I have a great Mum (note: we drive each other crazy at times but I love her to bits!!) and secondly because it involves my all time favorite musical Mary Poppins! Oh and maybe a third because there was an indulgent chocolate high tea involved! Oh and a forth….. shopping without small children!
You know I can’t even remember when this was so I will just say a few months back Mum and I said “cheerio” to our husbands and to my little one and headed into the big smoke (Brisbane hahaha). We booked into the Stamford Plaza…..
put on our fancy clothes……..
and headed out to see Mary Poppin’s at the Lyric Theatre (for the second time). Here is a preview of the show…….
Absolutely SUPERCALIFRAGILISTIC!!! It took by breath away again. We had great seats in the third row!! We could even see the orchestra…..
I find the Mary Poppins story magical. I love the wonderful childhood memories. I love the notion that ‘anything can happen if you let it’ and I seriously adore the song Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!!!! I am also a bit taken with Matt Lee’s character Bert. I loved sharing it with my Mum as well xo.
The show is no longer on in Brisbane. It has moved to Perth. I am hoping that Andrew needs to travel to Perth on business soon so I can tag along with the hidden agenda to go to the theatre again!! It really is that good!!! I did purchase the CD of the show. Andrew has been in all kinds of pain when he gets into my car. His not a fan of Mary Poppins music. But Ben and I love sing and dance along to Mary in the car…. love ya Ben xoxo. Ben took the Mary Poppins CD to Kindy for show and tell. His teacher played Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious for the children to listen to. Apparently Ben was getting upset with the children for not singing along. You know cose everyone (especially 4 & 5 year olds) know the words to Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious……… don’t they??? Bless him xoxo
After the show Mum and I headed back to the hotel for some room service and sleep. We had a big day to look forward to. Apparently I snored and Mum didn’t get much sleep……. I don’t think so. I think it was Mum waking herself up with her own snoring (hahahhahhaha!). Anywho…… we both were a little tired the next morning.
But this did not stop us from shopping (well it might of slowed us down a little). We shopped and had the most wonderful afternoon tea. If you are local we totally recommend the indulgent chocolate high tea at the Stamford…..YUMMO!
Thanks Mum for a great weekend. It was ……..
(except for the snoring xoxoxo) Love you Mum xoxo
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You made me cry. I loved it too. We should do it more often. Next time I will buy supa ear plugs. Love you heaps XXOO