It stared with a simple premise; a woman playing Peter Pan; Girls LOVE that! Something different happened, during "Ugg-A-Wugg" I couldn't understand them, which was both shocking and intriguing. Fortunately as a person with Cerebral Palsy I knew just what to do. I Promised to Help the Cast if they needed it. 12 years later "Peter Pan Live!" Made changes to "Ugg-A-Wugg" and it caused me to feel A LOT of guilt, and self-hated, But NBC had upset the Native Americans who expressed themselves on #NotYourTigerLily and I stated tweeting there to. My tweets got into the top Tweets my confidence grew. I made the decision to Translate "Ugg-A-Wugg" into English, by watching the Choreography for the song In other words their Body Language, for clues. It included the words "Help" and "I Promise" which to me had always been there. A year later, I wanted to know more about Native American Language, I had studied French as a "The Phantom of the Opera" Phan, that's just what fans do when they get old enough. Because of Colonialism and Residential Schools, information was hard to find. I finally found The Lakota Language Consortium who had a Dictionary for $30. I was able to translate "Ugg-A-Wugg" immediately. Thanks to TinyURL I was able to post it on #NotYourTigerLily, but the question still remained; WHY did I feel "Ugg-A-Wugg" meant something? When I read the articles later I noticed the word "Gibberish" made me feel bad, because I had learned from a very early age NOT to assume, when you can't understand somebody, it DOESN'T mean what they're saying is meaningless. My Cerebral Palsy was the final clue. So after a phone call with the insurance company where the person couldn't understand me at all, I made a YouTube video Called "Ugg-A-Wugg: What Did You Say?" I felt more confident than I ever had, and was finally able to say:

#TheFirstTimeISawMe Mary Martin as Peter Pan at age 6 She role modeled heroism diplomacy & loyalty There's this part at the end where Peter teaches Liza how to form her mouth to Crow I was in Speech Therapy for Cerebral Palsy at the time I saw a LIVED experience!

P.S. Promise kept!