Fri. April 18, 2014: I Got Sleep, Whether I Meant To or Not!

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Friday, April 18, 2014
Waning Moon
Mars Retrograde
Saturn Retrograde
Cloudy and cool

I had a great day at the library yesterday. Really fun. Ran what needed to be run, made decisions that needed to be made, learned a bunch of new stuff, did some research, outsmarted the computer which tried to balk and not do what we needed it to do.

Came home, cooked dinner, worked on research for a project — and fell asleep. Woke up long enough to haul myself to bed and had a long, hard rest. Feel much better this morning.

Got some work done early on the script project and a client project. I plan to wrap up the next phase of the client project tomorrow. Later than I wanted, but the information is still trickling in, and it’s bumped up against other deadlines now, so I’m working around everything as best I can.

Also found the galleys of “Lake Justice” in my mailbox this morning — have to turn them around in the next two days.

I go directly from the library to rehearsal tonight. Tomorrow, I have client work, one more prop to build for the show, the “Lake Justice” galleys, storyboarding for the series, finishing up the course materials for the conference, rehearsal with the understudy, and I have to finalize the program for the show. I have a feeling there’s something else, too, but that’s what’s on my plate for tomorrow. I’m hoping I can have a much-needed day off for Easter Sunday, but that will depend on the galleys and the storyboarding for the series.

Next week is the show! Please support us, either by coming to see us, or by tossing a few bucks at our indiegogo campaign here.

Have a GREAT holiday weekend!

Devon

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  1. Enjoy your holiday weekend as well, Devon. It’s my favorite time — the death and rebirth theme as nature responds to warmer weather. I think Good Friday is one of my most poignant times. In the Catholic church, we recreate the crucifixion. There’s something very sobering and humbling about repeating the words “Crucify him.”

    Drives home the entire point of Christianity rather succinctly.

    • Unfortunately, an asshat of a client did his best to ruin the holiday weekend.


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