What little girl doesn't love to dress up and meet her friends and stay up late on a school night? No little girl I've ever met, I tell ya what! Brownie troop 1520 was as adorable and well-behaved as ever, and they were especially excited because we got to sit in the very front two rows. How's that for good luck?
The music and dancing were so spectacular and the production so tight, that everyone in the audience, our crew included, was disappointed when intermission rolled around. We were able to placate them by suggesting they practice their own dance moves in the courtyard outside the main auditorium, which they happily did and passed the 20 minutes with lots of hums and even more giggling.
After the show was over, I enjoyed our walk back to the car through festively-lit Old Town Temecula. Every lamppost, every building, every sign was covered in lights and greenery and cheer. I took a bunch of photos and not one of them turned out, so you'll have to enjoy this one of a car.
When our evening came to a close, we were tired but happy. No traffic, no icy roads- just good fun with good people in a great town.