Greetings, readers. Yesterday was so filled with activity that writing unfortunately took a back seat. Today I’m back in the saddle on the writing horse and ready to do some good work this afternoon. Rebecca and I shall begin with a blog post and then move on to story ideas for my next project.
After work hours are over, I will be heading to Panera Bread for coffee and a practice session for my upcoming show. When I first started practicing my singing a month and a half ago, I’ll be honest, I wasn’t very good. But lately, with my partner’s help, the two of us have begun to sound much much better. With her natural singing talent, it is quite easy for me to let my hair down, drop some of my inhibitions, and just relax and have fun. With only a month until the show on December 14th, we still have at least two full-scale rehearsals to do, and I have to concentrate on my final tune-ups on my air guitar/air drum parts of the show (no pun intended).
As far as the rest of the week goes, tomorrow evening is supper at Godmother’s, Saturday is gaming day, supper again at Godmother’s on Sunday. And at some point, my holiday decorations will have to come out of hiding, so that after Thanksgiving they can be put up. I am a humongous Christmas time fan. It’s my favorite time of the year, in fact. However, there are a couple of businesses around town whose corporate decision is to take down the Halloween decorations and string up the Christmas lights on November 1st. Wasn’t there a holiday in between called Thanksgiving, people? It just seems to me that sometimes corporate America wishes the year away from us; that we are not allowed to enjoy every holiday. More on that in another blog entry.
Lastly, Penn State’s final two football games are at home. This Saturday they play the University of Indiana. Sunny and cold is the weather forecast. It always amazes me that no matter what the temperature is, there is nary a seat to be found. Especially for a Big Ten game.
For those of you who shall be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, stay safe. We will catch you at some point next week, and as always, happy reading.