Ooooof! I am so sad that we had so much connectivity trouble while we were on our Great Alaskan Adventure. So many good experiences, so many fun pictures, SO much work getting in the way of blogging now that I’m back! Ah, these are good days . . .
The project of this week has been work on top of work. There are very few side jobs that come along in my life and so I have learned that “Are you available to prep music/work a gig/save my a*^/be a library goddess?” is always YES, even if the gig is in 3 days/there is no rep list/they don’t know what they want or need. You know, like I said before: these are good days.
Said gig wrapped up today and I am happy for the extra dough and free Saturday evening. Seriously people, in the world of the performing arts, when is the last time you worked a gala-style event with a bunch of brand-new music and a cast of thousands AND were home on Saturday night? Has that ever happened to you? Yeah, I didn’t think so. These are good days.
And, because I always like to share pictures with you, even if they don’t relate, here’s a good one. It’s all kinds of squinty goodness. That’s right; scroll down a bit, lean way back your chair or even take a couple of steps back. Then squint just a bit and take a good look at what is my favorite picture of my and Mr. TK.
We look so happy! We ARE so happy.
We zoomed up to New York last weekend for a very special wedding and this picture was snapped at the reception. It was a beautiful wedding. They are dear friends and are so, so, so deserving of a lovely and happy life together. We wish them all the very best and look forward to soon joining them in wedded bliss.
I got an email today from the bride and this is what she said: “Married life is awesome! Actually, it’s exactly like pre-married life, but now we get to wear shiny rings all the time. Which is cool.”
Yep. These are good days.