- Planning, shopping for, and building a Window Farm
- Prepping and painting the hallway
- Menu planning and grocery shopping
- Cleaning the house
- Brushing the cats
- Taking a hike
- Getting the house ready for guests
- Knitting (I have multiple projects going on, so finishing some and starting others)
- Crocheting (again, multiple projects)
- Felting (goes back to the crafting projects)
- Blogging about above craft projects
- Blogging in general
- Watching hours of downloaded television and movies while doing the crafting listed above
- Organizing the kitchen, basement, garage, etc.
- Cleaning out the refrigerator
- Making lists (of things I'd rather be doing...)
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Things I'd rather be doing instead of studying for my Histology exam:
Posted by Corsair at 6/10/2010 03:31:00 PM
Sunday, June 06, 2010
As we were leaving though two thoughts occurred to me: one, that theatre has come a long way since the last time I was in a show (nearly 10 years now); and two, that this was one of only (one) handful of theatre performances I've seen in the last 5 years. This amazed me! I was so involved in theatre in school and college, toyed with becoming a theatre major or minor, and traveled for a semester in Europe with a school group strictly focusing on theatre and literature. And I've seen less than a show a year in the last five years!
I have to thank my crew from the Portland Spirit, for without them I would have seen even less! Marianna Thielen in Sartre's No Exit was the first show I saw back in Portland and proved to be hauntingly memorable. Jacqueline Shoda-Iwasaki's opera performance at Portland State in Mozart’s "Cosi fan Tutte" was amazing. And the puppet-master, Shae Uisna, showed us a little of what she could do in Portland State's "Haroun & the Sea of Stories." Now that I think about it, I suppose the Spirit's Cinnamon Bear cruises were a form of theatre, which is probably why I enjoyed working them so much.
(I hope I'm not forgetting any performances I've seen. If anyone remembers another show I've seen, please let me know. I have a genetically inherited memory for things like this that sometimes needs reminding. )
Thank you to those who have performed, who continue to perform, and to those who have encouraged me to get out of the house and into the audience. My hat is off to you. While school takes me in a wholly different direction, albeit a good one, sometimes I long just to be back in the theatre.
Posted by Corsair at 6/06/2010 06:25:00 PM