Friday, May 22, 2009

Friday, May 22, 2009
Waning Moon
Pluto Retrograde
Mercury Retrograde
Sunny and warm

I hope you’re feeling active today, because I’ve got some links for you to visit.

First, Colin Galbraith’s hosting my very first stop on the DIXIE DUST RUMORS tour (as Jenny Storm) on Freedom From the Mundane. I hope you stop by!

My guest blog “Moving Out of Your Writing Comfort Zone” was posted on May 13, but I didn’t know about it; if you get a chance, please stop by here and drop a comment.

Honestly, I don’t remember what I did yesterday. I remember that I was on the computer a lot, doing a lot of business/admin/PR stuff and the day went by really, really fast. I packed for the weekend gig — I’m looking forward to it. I managed to get a bunch of stuff off to the post office, and hope to get another stack out either later today or tomorrow morning, on my way to the gig. I completed a bunch of interview questions for various blog tour things, and talked to a couple of people about booking additional stops. I got some work done on the assignment for Confidential Job #1, but it’s not finished. It’s due tomorrow, which kind of doesn’t make any sense due to the long holiday weekend, so I’ll try to get it off at some point tonight. Got some client work done, too, and any client work that comes in today won’t be dealt with until Tuesday. The “out of office” notation will go up around noon, although I’ll probably Twitter into the afternoon.

Last night, I watched LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER’S presentation of the New York City Ballet, Peter Martins-choreographed ROMEO AND JULIET, on which Costume Imp was working. It was gorgeous — dancing, sets, costumes, lighting, everything. Truly beautiful. I’m not a big fan of the play — there’s too much miscommunication and too many people acting like idiots for my taste — but the ballet was gorgeous. The dancers in the roles of Romeo, Juliet, and Mercutio were especially wonderful.

I got an idea tickling at the back of my brain with Tybalt, Mercutio. Hostpur, and Laertes, but it’s too early to see where that will go.

I had a fantastic morning on the Matty book and didn’t want to stop. May go back to it this afternoon.

Got to wrap things up before I leave for the weekend gig tomorrow morning. I should have internet access, but one never knows.

I should be a guest on The Book Blues in the near future — will let you know.

Devon

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2 Comments

  1. Ooo! I would have loved to see that ballet. I bet it was gorgeous. Mom and I watched the Nutcracker when it was on PBS back in December – I think it was put on by the Chicago Ballet – and they had the most wonderful costumes I’ve ever seen.

    I’m off to read your interview. 🙂

  2. I will be sure to check out your link. I missed the Performance on PBS. I hope they replay it.

    I also hope you have a nice trip!


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