Its been a whirlwind week. Yesterday, I warned a number of folks that our summer temps were going to vanish and sure enough the weather man was correct. Its a bit nippy out this evening and it sure feels and looks like Fall. I am writing this blog post between directing cars at our Walters Theatre and wish I had a pair of winter gloves to wear….
I was just a “little” stressed today. Between shows at the Walters Theatre I headed to Waterloo, ON in order to pick up a copy of the NEW Bradley Walters Journeys Travel brochure but much to my surprise they were stuck on a truck that was battling highway 401 Toronto traffic….
This gave Mom and I an excuse to enjoy an amazing lunch at the Belmont Restaurant while we waited. It was my first time dining here and I’ll be back SOON! Thanks to Peter for recommending it. I’ll attach some pictures of our scrumptious meals.
It wasn’t a leisurely lunch as we needed to rush back to the theatre. When we finished our meal I had my fingers crossed that the brochures had finally made their way to Waterloo and my wish was granted. They look GREAT! Hopefully those of you that are attending my travel show on Sunday at the Sanderson Theatre in Brantford, ON will be as impressed as I am with them. Sonya, you did a terrific job with the graphics.
A team of hard working folks are now busy putting the new brochures in really nice cotton giveaway bags that ticket holders will receive at Sundays travel show.
Tomorrow I look forward to welcoming one of the show guest speakers who is flying in from London, England. Its Keith’s birthday so I’m treating him to dinner and the , “Oh What A Night” performance at the Walters Theatre. I’m not going to tell him in advance that two of the cast members are from London, England! He’ll be surprised for sure.
Barb, one of our theatre volunteers showed up tonight with Walters Family newspaper clippings from years ago – I’ll attach them to this post – admire those hairstyles.
On Sunday I’ll arrive at the Sanderson Theatre early for sound check. My brother Darren is handling the production. We’ve performed at the Sanderson many times but this is a “solo gig” for me!
Many folks attending Sunday’s sold-out show will be traveling for many hours. I so appreciate everyone that is making the journey. There is even a coach load coming from Owen Sound and Hanover, Ontario.
I am looking forward to a terrific day! If your tickets did not arrive please register at the Platinum Desk in the Main Lobby of the Sanderson Centre and you will be looked after. The show start time is 2pm.
30 years ago I started planning group journeys – time flies WAY too quickly. This week many congrats notes and gifts arrived from travel suppliers from all over the World. Can’t wait to open the mystery box that arrived yesterday!
Travel is my passion – I am just so honored that you enjoy travelling with me. Thanks, and I share this 30th anniversary with all of you! I admit I am very humbled. See you on Sunday!