What The Three Kings Got Me This Year

I hate to brag, I really do – but I had to do it (because I just can’t contain myself)!

This season for my birthday/Chrismakkuh/Dia de Los Reyes, Santa/Hanukkah Harry/Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar (god, this is getting complicated) gave to me… tickets to go see THE BOOK OF MORMON!

Not only is this the show Romney would like to see, it’s “God’s favorite musical” – that’s a direct quote – check their website.

Okay, but on a serious note, who’s luckier than me? I’ve got a date to see the hottest blockbuster show on Broadway and I didn’t even have to feed the camels.

Good tidings to all my readers on this dawn of 2012! 

I hope the Magi leave you with as much happiness, mirth and glee as they have for me!

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