Threadbare Soles

Last night was a loooong night with group work, harmonies and all that. Rehearsals are three floors up in an empty library, and there's only a window unit air conditioner in that one room. Go out into the hall and it's like walking into hell. Water is essential. It will be on Sunday, that's for sure, because that's when we go through choreography. I still have my soft, jazz shoes although they have a few paint stains from the last show I was in. I've seen worse though. Real, hard-core dancers have holes and stains and threadbare soles. It's kind of cool to see.

They were taking head shots last night in between group work, and while not actively working we were supposed to go over to the corner and get our picture taken. Well, I was in three medley's back to back and when I finally was able to go over there, the lady had split. Great. Let's see if anyone notices. I hate having my picture taken anyway.

I still want to see Inception, and would love to read and work on more stories. And so I ask: what are your plans for the weekend, dear friends?


  1. I saw your comment on one of the blogs I follow so I figured I would come over here and become your newest follower.

    Nice ta meet ya!

    This weekend? Writing and relaxing.

  2. Wow, Amy! Sounds like you have a busy weekend ahead. Mine is going to be writing and sleeping. A good combo for me. Have a good one!

  3. Nice to meet you too Matthew! Ahhhh, writing and relaxing sounds incredible. I used to try to stay up all night to write or edit, no intrusions being the goal. But then I found out life is better with sleep. So now I just "dream" of writing for long periods of time.

  4. Talli- how funny. I just wrote the above comment about writing and sleeping and then saw yours after hitting the post button. Sleep is good.

  5. You have a far from threadbare soul, Amy. I am spending the entire weekend hitting stone until it submits to my will, as it must.

  6. What are you working on these days?

  7. He's in a Chain Gang.

    This weekend? Keeping guests entertained, children busy, and Lady M out of trouble! For some reason it gives me a headache.

  8. I've only just seen the question, Amy, and it's already been answered in my 'head' post. Chain gang is right...


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