I was overwhelmed by the generous gift that the “Monster In The Closet” cast members and their families gave to me in appreciation for the costumes I made for that production. However, for those who did not attend this 19th Annual Children’s Play at the Port Lavaca Main Street Theatre the middle two weekends in June, the kids, themselves, are the ones who are gifted. They all did a tremendous job in bringing to the stage the “normal” and the “unusual” characters in the play. There were red monsters with horns and long tails and there were pixies, or dream weavers, with wands and wings. There was the older brother and his pals, and the sister with all her friends and then their mom. And there was the Dream King and his “Toady” plus the Sandman. All in all, it was a delightful show with the simple set designed by the director, Jody Weaver, and the costumes enhanced by the make-up artists in the green room. To all of you I say, “I love you, and thank you.” See you next year.