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Exhausted because I went to | Main | A few thoughts regarding tonight's


February 08, 2004

Well, the law school talent

Well, the law school talent show was a smashing success. We had WAY more people than expected. (Which is a good thing in terms of raising money for our designated charity, but was a bad thing in terms of the caterers running out of alcohol). In the caterers' defense though, I gave them a number that was higher than last year, but not NEARLY high enough.

We had a large variety of performers: a couple of bands, and all women jazz-singing group, some Broadway favorites, skits, a movie, etc.

It was so good to finally hear Professor Cooper sing for real! He did a great job!

Josh did an amazing and hysterical imitation of our Australian Dean. See the picture, here.

Kelly Pautler and I sang "I Still Believe" from Miss Saigon. I think it went pretty well--my friends said it sounded good. (But of course, what are they going to say?). Kelly also sang "As If We Never Said Goodbye" from Sunset Boulevard--it was phenomenal!

I'm kind of sad--it's my last one. But, I really think the event is going to take off and only get better in the future. I look forward to being a spectator next year. We raised almost $1000, and I'm very pleased about that.

Professor Wilkins, the emcee and adviser to the show bought another co-chair and me TWELVE long-stem red roses to thank us. They are so beautiful! I've never received flowers in a box so big in my life--it came up past my hip!

Whew! It was great time.


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