Pizza of the week

There was a headline in yesterday’s Denver Post business section (reproduced here with original line breaks):
So, naturally, I found myself drawn to the "Immense Anschutz" part of the title. And since we were at Pablo’s, and had had perhaps a wee tipple of wine, we left the paper for Paul (owner of Pablo’s) with "Immense Anschutz" circled and a note: "Dear Paul, this needs to be the pizza of the week. xoxoxoxo, Jim ‘n’ Molly. (pesto, goat cheese, roasted red peppers, corn)."
I’ll let you know if the Immense Anschutz makes it to the menu board anytime soon.
Also, here are some pictures from "Character Matters" (not "Character is Important"… I erred. But "Character is Important" is a much better title.):
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Fisher in costume, pre-play.
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The group takes to the stage.
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After the performance, Fisher demonstrates his stage technique. Which was playing his cardboard mirror like a guitar during every song. Also thrashing around in an admirable imitation of Jack White.
Yes, my son was one of those to whose parents people said "That was your kid?" after the show.
And a funny thing: A few days after the show, Rhys committed some minor infraction against Fisher (probably failing to yield up a Lego on demand). Fisher pinned him on the ground, stuck his face up to Rhys’, and growled "Rhys, you’re not following the Golden Rule! Didn’t you learn ANYTHING from that play?"
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About Molly Newman

Writer, cook and trivia/spelling bee hostess, living it up in North Portland.
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2 Responses to Pizza of the week

  1. Herm says:

    At long last! And worth the wait. You have the most beautiful children. A tough act to follow. Maybe I’ll just get a hamster.

  2. Helena says:

    Bwa-ha-ha! The air guitar thing is too funny (carboard guitar?). That’s one good-looking little guy you’ve got there!

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