'EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY'
Can the quirky Fairy Godmother help Max keep out of trouble?
A fun production.
After what seemed like a slow start, suddenly 2020 is beginning to whizz by really quickly. A lot of us had been running out of steam, but now Christmas is around the corner, we're getting busy again. Haha, yes I mentioned Christmas, time to make that present list!
I've had a few weeks now of productions and speeches, and I enjoy both of those. I like to get out there and help you kids to be the best you can be, whether it's on a stage acting, or presenting a speech.
Pukete School put on my latest production, 'Every Dog has Its Day,' and they had so much fun. I loved being involved helping them with their show. You can read about it on the school production scripts page... here. The idea came from a fantastic school down in the South Island, where a happy dog called Tui liked to go to school, and was always getting into trouble. Watching one of my stories come together on stage really is magical. Sometimes people tell me I'm clever to write a script, but once I get started it's not like I do it any more, as the characters take over and seem to do it themselves. i just type their words. Do you find that when you write a story sometimes?.
I've also been out and about with speeches. In fact I got so busy, I had to say no to a few schools who asked me to go and listen to their students. I know a lot of schools have had to cancel their speeches because of annoying Covid, but better to be safe isn't it. This week it's been Hautapu and Te Kowhai schools, two places I enjoy hanging out.
This week I've got Duffy Books In Homes assemblies beginning, but they will all be via Zoom, so yes folks, Judi will be ZOOOMINGGGG in to a school near you. Poor Les will be disappointed at missing out on being more involved. I'll have to give him some chocolate to make him feel happier again :)
Don't forget my Youtube channel. I have finally added a few poems. for littlies and you older kidlets as well.
Here's the link Youtube.com/channel/UC174DZI0aLXx7WMzZNYTDTw?view_as=subscriber
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Saying of the moment
A wigwam for a goose's bridal
haha my mum used to say that when we were kids. What are some funny expressions that your parents or ghrandparents say to you?
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Judi B and Les and Rosie