Working two job’s while producing a Play…I’m quite proud of myself!

 

December 12, 1964, Saturday

Went to work at Jack’s Ranch Market and then to Charleston’s Dress Store to wrap Christmas presents. Working two jobs and producing a play in a weeks time is a challenge, but I’ll do it all and will be great! Pearl picked me up at 9:00 and we came home to start practicing he Play for the Saffrons Mother, Daughter Breakfast tomorrow. I found the script I’d lost, Thank God!! I’m so happy it was in one of my books. We finished writing it , but nobody came to rehearse. I don’t know how we can put on tomorrow, without even running through it one time. But, if it turns our as well as my skit, “Walking Ugly,” I’ll be grateful. The Littlest Ho-dad is really a funny play, I’m quite proud of myself.

saffrons rule littlest ho-dad

                                                  Opening of The Littlest Ho-dad

The littlest Ho-dad approached the Heavenly Gates in a most unusual way, In fact it the Heavenly Hosts weren’t sure at all if he had the right address.  He banged on the Golden Gates so loud all Heaven shook.

Littlest Ho-dad     Lemme in, lemme in I say!  Who’s in charge of this joint                                              anyway!

Gate Keeper          I beg your Pardon Sir, I fear you must have the wrong                                                  address!

Littlest Ho-dad     Whata ya mean I got the wrong address.  It says right here                                        2660 Heavenly Way, so this ain’t 2660 Heavenly Way?

Gate Keeper          Well yes it is… there must be a mistake!!

 

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About saffronsrule

Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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