The sporadic ramblings of Emily C. A. Snyder - devoted to God, theatre, writing, and much randominity.

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Artistic Director and Co-Founder of TURN TO FLESH PRODUCTIONS. | Author of "Nachtstürm Castle," "Niamh and the Hermit." | Playwright: "Cupid and Psyche," "Math for Actors." | Classical director and educator.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Surprised by Goodness

Some really good things. (Isn't that nice?)

  • Orientation went well. Some highlights include: actually speaking, speakers who were all sorts of interactive, meeting up with friends old and new, and power walking it back to South Station in time to catch the 5:30 - fwah! Go me and my Austrian legs of steel. I was built to gambol in Alpine heights. (And sing there, too.)

  • Looooooooong conversations about music and opera. *rubs hands in eager anticipation to do something operatic (bwahahahhahah)*

  • Family. Family who hangs around after busy days themselves to hear about each others' days, and then drags the somnolent Emily from her bed the following morning to make First Friday Mass, quick Exposition and Adoration, and then "not-going-back-to-school breakfast" at Bumpy's. This is Pete and Mom's ninth NGBTSB - my first. And Dad was able to be with us. And it's been a long time since I've had more than a Nutrigrain bar for breakfast. And the Alpine Power Legs walked me down to and from Main Street (although they were protesting slightly on the way back, due to the building up of muscle the day before). And it is good.

  • The new mix CD, called "New Life." If you don't know why, you're a terrible stalker. The first song is "Are You Out There" by Dar Williams, who always makes me think of Susan and sophomore year of college. Good times.

    Mood: Sleepy but mieux
    Music: "Spring Street" by Dar Williams on the New Life mix CD.
    Thought: At the risk of breaking out into choreography, "Could be/who knows?/There's something due any day/I will know right away/As soon as it shows...."


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    Blogger Rosebud said...

    Jimmy Olsen, Johnny Memphis..... (P.S. Happy Birthday, just a wee bittles early!)

    Previous post deleted by the author since the author obviously cannot type with a bandaged finger. "It got caught" "In what?" "Friederick's teeth"

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