Spring Fever

March 27th, 2010

Well, we just got back from orchestra practice after my two week absence and THANKFULLY! I had two other cellos to play along with. There is nothing worse that being the only cello and everyone knowing that the cello who played that sour note or on the rest or (as in today’s case) was on measure 12 while everyone else is on measure 5(oops) only possible to be you!! But we cellos kicked it on Star Wars (thank you John Williams!).
We got out of practice and took advantage of that to stop in to two music stores and two used furniture places. Just took our time and enjoyed something different.
Last night , a group of us got to see one of my favorite plays, Curious Savage. I have always loved this one so see it if you can. If you like Harvey and similar stories, you will like it. I have been accused of not being sophisticated enough, but I still love a simple story. This one has many memorable quotes. I was student director/stage manager for it in high school and my brother (who turns 50 on Tuesday) played one of the main characters. A special treat was long time theater friend playing the lead. Great job M!
Spring break has started and with it all the hope of accomplishing great and mighty things. I am still trying to think of what I can do for my brother – I have the week off – should I drive down to surprise him or send something special???? I am just not inspired…….yet. But as he has often told me ….no inspiration like a deadline!!!!!
Well, I will check it next week (or before) and see if I have completed any of my projects. Have a blessed Easter to all if I don’t get to touch base before that!!

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2 Responses to “Spring Fever”

  1. taylhis on March 27, 2010 6:05 pm

    Here’s to hoping you get a lot done on spring break (or just a lot of relaxing). Either way, I look forward to your weekly updates, and we had a great time at the play last night – it was a great show!

  2. jamiahsh on March 27, 2010 9:49 pm

    Yes… bless you John Williams KING OF THE MOVIE SCORE! Curious Savage was incredible. Seeing how well “Mr. Potter” trained his secretary was a treat!

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