A mega catch-up post because I'm so very behind on posting. After next week, I'll be around daily internet access on the computer.
Day 117 lead me to Michael's Arts and Crafts where I found all these art supplies for less than $3 each. I've never really experimented in these mediums before and it'll be fun to give them a try cheaply.
It's packing time again as I prepare to drive to Indianapolis. Time to choose just a few of my necklaces from my ever-growing collection to come with me.
Day 119 was 9/11. Flags were already at half-staff in honor and memory of Ted Kennedy, but I couldn't let this terrible anniversary go by without acknowledging it.
Day 120 was my last day in St Louis for awhile, and it was also a busy day. It started with some time spent at the St Louis Art Fair.
My mom and the pups walked about halfway towards my apartment to give me a send-off on my way out of town. Aren't they the best? Dad might've joined except it was too early in the morning.
In rehearsals already - this is our prop trunk for the commedia troupe. Incidentally, this not-so-exciting picture is my official 1/3 of the way through picture.
I adore this purple wine bottle. These aren't the real props for the show - they're just stock stand-ins until the real ones arrive.
Whisks in the kitchen of our hosts.
Pieces of fabric transformed with thread and safety-pins into mock capes. Sometimes stage management is all about creativity.
KS and I have taken to watching a movie or TV every night and these little piggy statues are right next to the TV. Incidentally, the movie on screen in the picture is "When Harry Met Sally" which neither of us had seen in quite a long time.
Sometimes you need sanctuary and our rehearsal space is an ex-church. I took a few minutes out of a crazy day to just sit. And enjoy the silence.