A weekend at the theatre

2/16/07  Intelligence happens when you no longer stop trying to be smart. A sense of of self appears when you no longer have a need to be somebody – Thomas Merton
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This weekend disappeared so quickly. I spent Friday evening through Saturday evening at the theatre/studio. P1020074
Megan had the wonderful opportunity to host a dance cabaret. She could not decide whether to be scared or excited. She kept cavorting back and forth from one emotion to the next. In between hosting Megan was performing in her final dress rehearsal for a dance P1020084
competition next weekend. This picture encapsulates how unsettled she was. Look Mom no arms. P1020079_2
Yes it was a busy weekend but we had fun. the person who had the most fun was my favorite stage manager Ben who kept us all in line.
Today I have been very quiet and slow. I  have caught some stomach bug that is floating around. Thank God I am not to sick to read but I do not have much imagination to elaborate on this post. I am now heading back to the sofa to watch a movie.

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4 Responses to A weekend at the theatre

  1. WOW! The theatre looks so amazing from that angle! Sometimes, our lives are so busy and require so much energy, it’s difficult to remember that WE BUILT THAT and what an amazing peaceful loving nurturing place it has been and can be for all of us – and people we haven’t even met yet. Thank you for being so integral to its birth and growth and continuance.

  2. joan says:

    Just stopping by to send you love and healing thoughts for that tender stomach of yours 🙂
    May your load be lightened and your constitution strengthened!!
    Be gentle with yourself dear susan…
    xoxoxo

  3. kateri says:

    Oh wow, what an amazing thing for a young woman to do! That shows a lot of self confidence, I think! The theatre seems like a comforting place for all of you, and obviously a place where you can stretch your wings. Bravo, Megan!
    Hope you feel better this morning…rest…
    x0x0x

  4. kateri says:

    Oh wow, what an amazing thing for a young woman to do! That shows a lot of self confidence, I think! The theatre seems like a comforting place for all of you, and obviously a place where you can stretch your wings. Bravo, Megan!
    Hope you feel better this morning…rest…
    x0x0x

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