Good Sunday morning to you! This week has been a heck of a week. I’ve spent the week with Munchkins, Witches, boys dressed up as the Tin man, the Lion and the Scarecrow and a couple of crazy, flying monkeys. My son is in a production of The Wizard of Oz and I work backstage during the show. As of this writing, we have two more shows and then we wrap.
Today I got up with my daughter and we made a batch of chocolate chip pancakes. I’m thinking I may have some coffee too but haven’t gotten around to making it. There will be no reading time for me today, except for the “in-between” show reading I will be doing or a little 4-week project that I agreed to be a part of. You will hear more about that project tomorrow. It’s book related, it involves a team and my team is going to WIN 🙂 That’s all I’m giving away right now.
My schedule should wind down significantly tomorrow so I hope to catch-up on all of my reading. I’m about the pick up The Blue Notebook so wish me luck. I know that has been a difficult read for a lot of you.
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I'm sure the show is going great! You must be so proud of your 'flying monkey'! I'm not familiar with The Blue Notebook, but I'm going to check it out. Have a wonderful Sunday Ti!
I just finished The Blue Notebook this morning. It's beautiful, but tragic.
I hope we get to see some pictures of your son in costume!
How fun! I hope the final shows go well. A friend and I were just reminiscing yesterday about the musicals we performed in when we were kids. We still remember many of the songs.
I really hope to get to The Blue Notebook. It sounds like such a heart-wrenching book.
Have a great week!
I can't wait to see what the project is!
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The chocolate chip pancakes sound good.
Good luck with The Blue Notebook – I hope it turns out to be a great book.
Good luck on the Wizard of Oz. Hope the pancakes were good enough to last you a month! :–)
I agree with Bermudaonion, let's see some pics of your son in costume 🙂
I know these productions are a lot of work for you, and a big time commitment for your family – you're so good to give your kids that time and support them in their interests!
I hope the show went well! I look forward to reading your review of The Blue Notebook. I know that's been a very emotional read from the reviews I've been reading.
I'm sure the show will go great. I can't wait to see pictures. I've got The blue Notebook to read as well. Have a good week Ti!
Yes, The Blue Notebook is not an easy book to read, but really beautifully written.
Yup. We need photo evidence!