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Christmas is for everyone

Our amongst the holiday-season crowds yesterday ... we took in the Charles Dicken's Chistmas Carol at Midday at the local theatre, and in the afternoon took the streetcar to Pier 39. Tyler's first time in San Francisco, and he sucked in the place - the sealions, the shops, the arcades, the view out to Alcatraz and the Golden Gate. Dad, Lisa and I sat on the pier - pleasantly in the mid-60s - and in due course a street performer came along. Chatted with the guy - pleasant and knowledgeable and earning his living from his performances. Quite a crowd gathered and we enjoyed the show - much more of a show than anything spectacularly clever (not that I could have done what he did!).

Towards the end of the show, Mitch was pepping the audience up to pass his hat around, when a man approached him and interrupts. Mitch interrupts what he's saying - "Some things are more important than my show" he says, and he helps the guy ask if anyone can see his daughter from who he's become separated in the crowd. She - Rose - turns up a few seconds later across the crowd.

Christmas is for the kids and for everyone. We're doing it in our quiet way ... you'll be doing it in yours. However that is, have a great one.


Street Entertainers, San Francisco




(written 2005-12-25, updated 2006-06-09)

 
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