You are currently browsing the monthly archive for May 2007.

Our show is finally open, and receiving lots of praise so far which makes us all feel good. It’s been an exhilarating and exhausting process – two weeks of intense labor, if you will – and I’m so lucky to have cast and crew who have never tired of making changes or additions to better the show. What more could a director ask for?

But I’ll admit, my body and soul need some time off. I literally haven’t eaten a single meal at home for two weeks, and am totally off-track of my traditional food commitment. I tried to eat well overall, but still ended up having too much pasta and Jamba Juice. I look forward to cleaning our disaster of a kitchen and getting back to simple meals, lovingly made by me and/or Descartes. I look forward to re-establishing a daily yoga practice and having Thursday nights free again, so I can return to my weekly yoga class with my wonderful teacher. Hopefully it’s not too late to plant my summer vegetable and herb garden, which has been completely neglected this spring. I’ve got to get back to the sewing machine and finish the apron I started for Julie, for her bridal shower. Basically, I’ve got a huge yearning to get back to domestic simplicity now that the creative baby I’ve carried for the last six months has finally arrived.

How do you get back on track when life has taken you off into the clover?

Advertisements

The Author

This is a site about saying yes to life - written by a multi-passionate rock star who loves to take life between her fists and kiss it full on the mouth.

"Make my boy realize that, at the end of the everlasting why, there is a yes. And a yes and a yes!"
- Mr. Emerson,
A Room With A View