This will be brief because we are in week one of the musical Oliver! By the time you read this, four shows will have come and gone. We have another this afternoon and three more next weekend. It’s been a really good run. Very proud of my daughter.
With this afternoon’s show we’ve opted to attend church remotely. No time to eat, dress and do all that we have to do. It’s also Father’s Day so we won’t get a chance to celebrate properly. We tried to last night but we’ll have to do so next weekend.
Somehow I managed to schedule an orthodontist appointment in the middle of this week’s activities. I don’t know what I was thinking but we will fit it in. No volleyball camp this week (thank goodness).
I finished Stephen King’s new one, The Outsider but I need to write the review and get it posted. It was SO good and fun to read with others.
I just started The Perfect Mother and should be done very soon because it was very easy to fall into. I love these quick, readable books.
Nothing. No time to watch anything but soon I will have some time.
Not much. I managed to scrape together one meal of fettuccine, grape tomatoes, spinach and Parmesan cheese but that’s pretty much it. The Girl and I like to eat at Whole Foods during production week. It’s close to the theatre, healthy, you can grab what you want from the hot food bar or salad bar but it’s pricey! She makes the heaviest salads.
Art. Theatre. Great books.
I’ve been so down lately. It’s not like me to be down for more than a day but it’s been a solid week of meh and the last few days it’s really bugged me. Sure, all the running around doesn’t help but the day to day routine is such a bore to me. That’s where art and books come in. I relied on them heavily this week and I am beginning to feel better now.
What about you? Is it just me or are things getting a little TOO real in the world these days?