Monday, April 23, 2018
talk about "rinse and repeat" . . . this weekend was another theatre-packed weekend! we kicked off the weekend by working a live performance of the "what the fresh hell: laughing in the face of motherhood" podcast. the show was so incredibly funny!
on friday, we worked "semi-toned" which is an award-winning all-male a cappella group from england. i have been looking forward to this show for the past two months and it was even better than i had hoped it would be!
then on saturday, we worked the annual spring concert of our local penn state university campus. the student performers were really great.
finally, on sunday we capped of the weekend with the load-in of "jewels" which is a huge 60th anniversary performance from a local dance company. that show will be parked at the theatre all week long teching and rehearsing for the performances next weekend.
for those who are keeping track from last week, i'm thrilled that i was finally able to carve just a few hours out of our crazy weekend between calls to finally grocery shop and do laundry! small victories!!!
Friday, April 20, 2018
earth day is this weekend. here are a few simple ways to reduce waste every day of the year in order to keep mother earth beautiful for generations to come:
1. use reusable grocery bags when you go to the store instead of paper or plastic
2. opt for an email receipt instead of a printed receipt when you make a purchase
3. go paperless with your bills and pay them online instead of receiving/sending paper bills
4. save old boxes instead of buying new ones to store things, move, or wrap presents
5. donate old clothes and house-hold items instead of sending them to a landfill
Thursday, April 19, 2018
this weekend coming up feels like a "rinse and repeat" because we have a show tonight, tomorrow, saturday, and then a load in on sunday.
does anyone want to go grocery shopping for me and do my laundry? ha! even though our calendars are totally insane for spring show season, i'm not complaining at all because i'm beyond grateful that i get to do what i love in the theatre with ryan!
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Monday, April 16, 2018
ryan's parents have decided to move up near us and we're excited for them to live a whole lot closer to us than they used to. although they don't officially close on their new house until mid may, they needed to get a jump start on moving some of their belongings. in between the many different shows that we worked this weekend, we spent part of the day on saturday helping ryan's parents with the first part of their move. we got up bright and early, made a stop at dunkin donuts, rented a 15-foot u-haul truck, and headed down to ryan's parents' house to start the packing. ryan (who is a tetris master) packed every square inch of that truck full before we hit the road and drove back up to our area to put everything in a storage unit. of course, i couldn't resist snapping a picture of our truck driver for the day before we began our journey. luckily, we were able to accomplish a lot and move a bunch of boxes . . . but there's still a lot more to go!
Friday, April 13, 2018
happy friday the 13th! we're over here preparing for a whirlwind weekend with a packed schedule. it's going to be crazy for sure! since it's friday, here are a few fun links i found around the internet recently . . .
1. a cool ladder plant stand
2. sign me up for homemade fig newtons
3. took this quiz and i got my exact age!
4. this made me laugh
5. what really happens when you donate your unwanted clothes
6. a quick workout under 10 minutes for spring
7. talk about a view!
8. i'm not happy about this at all
9. proof that cats = liquid, very true
have a great weekend!
Labels: fun links
Thursday, April 12, 2018
time is so funny. something that happened days ago can feel like months ago, while something that happened years ago can feel like weeks ago. it's hard to believe that this time last year we were getting ready to leave for our easter weekend trip to disney world. i'm so glad that we have all of those great photos to look back on, especially when we have crazy busy schedules like we do now with no vacation in sight! ha!