. . . from behind the light board on saturday night while working an event. (he texted me this picture because it was a rare occasion when someone from the event was nice enough to feed the light designer/board operator!)
we worked the (very long) load in and load out of the show. even though we weren't on the same crew (i was on carpentry and ryan was on electrics) we did get to work together a little and got to have our lunch and dinner breaks together. we also got a chance to see one of the performances on friday night, which is pretty rare! even though it was an exhausting weekend, we had fun doing it.
today is friday the 13th (and it's actually the second friday the 13th we've had in 2017 - the last was in january). can you believe that approximately $800 to $900 million is lost in business in the u.s. on this day because people are afraid to fly or do business as they normally would!
i'm keeping my fingers crossed for a peaceful friday the 13th today as we load on our first broadway tour of the season in the theatre!
it's impossible to resist this adorable kitten, especially when he curls up in a ball on his favorite fleece blankets to stay warm. i told him last night that the highlight of my night is coming home to him after a very long day and curling up with him in the evening. of course he ate that up and was acting extra cute last night!
a few photos of . . . a pretty view from a restaurant patio on a fall night overlooking a baseball field, kitten cuddles in bed, a broccoli and mushroom pizza for two, a chipotle lunch date, and a quaint front door decorated for fall.
i have been wanting to visit "the paper caves" ever since i saw this segment on the news back in august. local artist samuelle greene turned an art gallery into an elaborate cave made of one million pages from old books, all of which were hand rolled and glued into place. it's an art installation that you can walk through with amazing details at every twist and turn, and the gigantic sculpture is truly breathtaking in person.
the exhibit is only open on saturdays for a few hours, so i was excited when we finally got the chance to see it this past weekend. here is a neat video showing how the paper caves were created with a chicken wire base. below are some pictures i snapped on my phone while we were there . . .
the weather has been alternating back and forth between hot and cool. leko doesn't seem to mind what the temperature is, he is always up for cuddling on one of our laps! tonight is his favorite night of the week because it's monday and dancing with the stars is on (his favorite show)!
today my blog turns 6 years old! it's really hard to believe that it has been 6 years since i started this blog back in 2011 on a whim. 6 years later, i'm still grateful to have my little corner of the internet as a virtual scrapbook to chronicle the highlights of our lives.
today is world ballet day and to celebrate there is a 22-hour live stream of 5 of the world's leading ballet companies here. how cool! im happy to be celebrating world ballet day tonight after work with my own ballet class!