This was one of those weeks when, come Saturday, I didn’t think I’d be doing a Week In Review post. Like all of you, I quickly revert to thinking, “Oh but I didn’t do anything.” I spent what felt like all my time doing prep work for my rehearsals, rehearsing, or attending class. Because that’s what I do. And who wants to hear about the same things over and over again?
But was that really all I did?
Nahhhhh. It never is.
By the end of the weekend my stubborn self had made sure I recognized all the things I checked off my to do list. Or, more like… the 5 different lists I now have going. IPhone, notebook, scrap paper, script, brain…. anyone else spew lists out everywhere?
Let’s get ch-ch-ch-checking.
Join Meg and appreciate all you did in a week!
How is it I can sit for 4 hours at a cafe studying/writing, yet doing so in a class feels like pure torture? Hm?
Or at least not in smoothies. These, however, were delicious (even if I didn’t get Arman’s crackly top 🙁 ).
Is that an oxymoron?
Did not know there was a character named Cora in Downtown Abbey. Has quite a nice ring to it when said with a british accept, I must say.
I made Kat’s recipe, but used an acorn squash instead – thus finally using the one that had been on my table since before Christmas. It was SO GOOD. Her idea to add salsa was brilliant (its hiding underneath the egg and spinach, I swear). The egg cooked funny. But let’s just ignore that part and move on.
It wasn’t until I finished this post that I realized how awesome this week really was. I was basically immersed up to my neck in my passions and all the things I enjoy – acting, character study, cooking, taking pictures, and galavanting around my kitchen speaking in a british accent professing my love for Benedict Cumberbatch.
Let’s do it again this week.