Thanks to all types of technical difficulties, today's post is late - but the subject is truly fantastical none the less!
The show was brilliant and literally pulled the audience in. The set was beautiful and you felt the intimacy between the characters and as part of the audience - It was really just a fantastical experience all around!
And in my humble opinion, the show deserves to go to Broadway & every person in the much gifted cast will knock your socks off!
Did I mention that the actors also played instruments, danced AND danced with said instruments!!
FULL DISCLOSURE: "The Girl, played by Cristin Milioti" (She's the one in rust colored jacket,) is my niece - and has been since the day she came into this world.
I love her so much and am enormously proud of her accomplishments, both on stage and off!
I've shared all sorts of moments with you guys on the blog, including some moments that included Cristin.
And so many of you in the Diabetes On-Line Community have followed those moments and have continually asked about ONCE going to Broadway.
So when I saw the trailer for the musical yesterday, I knew I had to post it for your guys!
And as far as the diabetes connection, (because isn't there almost always one,) here it is.
Every time I watch the trailer for the play, (and I have watched it over, and over, and over again) I feel happy to the point I cry happy tears.
And feelings of happiness produce endorphins, lots of them! And endorphins help elevate our mood - which is common knowledge.
And good moods = good blood sugars - And vice versa.
So endorphins are VERY important in the blood sugar department!
And isn't a big part of diabetes all about blood sugars?
So if you think about it in the blood sugary diabetical sense of it all, why wouldn't you watch the trailer, not to mention the play??
And that my friends, is your 6 degrees of diabetes bacon right there!