Ready to go

I had the most wonderfully relaxing day today.  Which I needed after getting to bed too late and up to early the past 3 days.

Saturday I went to Hickory with the FHS band and watched them compete.  If I haven't already said this, they have a really great show this year, honoring those who died at Pearl Harbor.  It's fun, it's dramatic, it's moving.  You get to experience the full spectrum of emotions in their 6 minute show.  I am very proud of all the hard work that's gone into making in such a great show and especially of Robert's great color guard choreography and how he's worked so hard with them to get it clean and together.

This morning (we got back at 2am) I really wanted to go to my church, and so I did and Richard had a great sermon about faith which went along with my Bible reading last night (I love it when God does that  :)

So anyway....right now I am too tired and need to go to bed, that's why I am rambling on and on...I need to delete this but I don't know when I'll have a chance to post again in the next 3 weeks.  SO....I am going to say I feel very mentally prepared for what these next 21 days will hold work wise since we will be putting up Jekyll & Hyde and performing it in that time.  Yup.  3 weeks from today our last major musical of the year will be finished.  And I feel ready for all that has to be done between now and then.  I had a relaxing afternoon with great friends (the Andrew Makinsons, the Jonathan Makinsons, the Daniel Ostojic's) and a lovely quiet evening with Taco Bell (yea sporks!), Date Night the movie and my Robert.  :)

So have a happy 3 weeks everybody....come see Jekyll and Hyde...it's going to be very exciting!



Just wanted to take a minute and say how very blessed I am in my life.  I have a great job, great co-workers, a great creative genius and person for a boss, great place to live with mountains, wonderful friends and family, a very special man who loves me, and the love of my Savior.  Love you all!


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Tuesday @ 7:30

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer presented by The Overlook Theatre Company at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts this Tuesday, October 5th, at 7:30pm. This is a fun, family-friendly 50 minute stage play of Mark Twain's beloved character.  Tickets are $8.


Quick Update

Opening Tuesday, October 5th for one evening performance only:  The Adventures of Tom Sawyer presented by the Overlook Theatre Company.  This is why I haven't posted in a while.  I've been busy.  :)  Fortunately, not all work though.  Robert made the yummiest thing for dinner Thursday; hamburger steak with homemade gravy, corn on the cob, biscuits, mashed potatoes and sweet potato pie (An I shut my mouth!).  I think this October will be better than last because I will actually get to see him.  October is his busiest season because there is a marching band competition every weekend and band rehearsals all during the week.  But this year he is in shows at the theater and we are having dinner together whenever we can.  It's lovely.  :)  

A moment of shock yesterday when I realized that we begin Jekyll and Hyde tech rehearsals (where we do everything like its the show but costuming) one month from yesterday.  Rehearsals are going really well, it's just fast since we haven't even opened Tom Sawyer yet.  But that's how it goes.  

I am off this morning to watch The Franklin High School Band compete at the North Lincoln Roundtable Tournament of Bands.  It's gonna be fun!  :)