Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Not doing that again

One of the local production companies in town did "Young Frankenstein."  The prop manager is a parishioner, and asked if they could borrow my thurible for a particular scene.

"Sure, no problem.  Just give the church a credit line in the program."

It came back this past Sunday in a mess.  The chains were all twisted and knotted up and one of them had come unhooked somehow and then re-linked in a makeshift manner.

Mrs. Ref and I spent some time Sunday after church getting it untangled and unknotted, and then I remembered to bring my needle-nose pliers and made the final repairs.

The days of thurible stardom are officially over.


Lady Anne | 2:35 PM, September 23, 2014  

Thuribles are notoriously cranky, even at best. This one may have gotten itself into a twist over the nature of the play? (No good deed goes unpunished, y'know.)

Reverend Ref + | 4:28 PM, September 23, 2014  

Ba-da-bing . . .

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