"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass. It is about learning to dance in the rain."
My journal: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread36279.html
My "Program": doing my version of a 4:3 - 3 day fast diet with real food every day, with a little twist of anti-inflammatory mixed in.
The small disasters in theater are happy accidents. I did one in high school that ticked our director off, but the crowd went nuts. I'm all for a little improv now and again.
Glad to hear it went well P. Rocking it as usual I am sure.
The second show went amazingly well. Some flubbed lines and one early song entrance (me), but otherwise great. The writer was with us again. She told us that we were only the 6th or 7th performance of the show since the first run in 2002. The audience has really been connecting with the characters and the timely story.
Its about people who are hard working and real, most of whom work at the Agribig corporation. A guy shows up from the corporate office to revamp the factory. Unbeknownst to even him, corporate plans to move the operation to Mexico. He chooses to live in the local trailer park because he is an average guy who grew up simply. He falls for a waitress who lives there too. It is angering and sad at times, but has a happy ending.
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I like the premise. I wish I could see it- and you! Need to find that Half-Price Books wormhole, and shoot myself over to the east coast somehow.
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"No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
My Primal Battle Tome
So we had a great opening weekend and I met the theatre ghost. I'll tell about that tomorrow. I'll also give an update on my eating plan etc.
Today we were off for Veteran's Day. I stacked wood with my kids (given freely by some loving cousins) and did a ton of grading to prep for giving my students their 1st quarter grades this week.
Theatre Ghost The Coach House players are literally housed in a coach house from the 1800's. The theatre section is where the coaches were kept and the dressing room/workroom is where the horses were stabled. The attic area which used to house the feed is now costume and prop storage. On Saturday night at one point I went back to the dressing room alone. All the other actors were onstage or waiting in the foyer. I was gathering props and music when suddenly I heard a crinkling noise. the end of a roll of plastic attached to the wall was waving at me. I felt very welcomed in that moment and I said "Hello there." out loud. It was not a draft because I have watched that plastic for two days now and it has not moved. On Sunday afternoon, The director took my sons and I on a tour of the attic space. When he got us up there he said. "There is a theatre ghost, you know. He only appears to women." I said. "Oh, I think he said hi to me last night". Apparently he manifests physically as well. Glad he didn't do that to me...at least until I get to know him better.
Eating Plan I wanted to report that I have successfully made it through PMS week without a binge. I am following the carb guidelines of Schwarzbein Principal II. I am eating whole foods with a 50g whey protein drink in the am. (just chocolate whey protein and water) My copy of Nourishing Traditions has arrived, so I am working my way through that. Not currently losing due to TOM.
***My husband sent me an email of Paleo recipes. I'm not sure what that means. lol