is it legal to recap on Tuesday?

I mean, technically I haven't had enough of a week to recap yet, right?

  • Today was week 3, day 1 of the running program. With the lovely weather, the low humidity and cool air, today was actually pretty enjoyable. (enjoyable...HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!) Well, compared to running in the universe's armpit on Sunday, it was paradise. And I turned back to normal color a few minutes faster than usual, which was a total bonus!

  • My sleep schedule is totally ausgefricked because the pup is convinced that something is attacking us every night between 2 and 3am. Monsters, other dogs, axe murderers...something's got him all riled up at totally innappropriate times of night. I'm thinking of slipping him a benadryl at bedtime...maybe one for each of us...

  • Got Thai food and saw a Songwriters' Circle at Jammin Java on Sunday night. Went with a group of new friends, and seriously brayed a few times, I was laughing so hard. (I'm a fan of funny, creative women!)

  • I was a little surprised at my initial reaction to the show...the last time I had been to one, it was at Club Cafe in Pittsburgh when I was performing with JT. We had a great time writing and playing together, but had a huge fallout at an inopportune time and our paths totally diverged. (i.e. I moved. Out of state. I made the decision to move while she was giving me the silent treatment... reactionary or just bad timing? Even I'm not sure...)I can't remember what the fight was about, although I'm sure that it started because I said or didn't say something important. I miss writing with her, but don't think that we'll ever be friends or work creatively together...it makes me nostalgic and more than a little sad. But it also makes me curious as to what I could do if I tried. Stay tuned...

  • Voice Class tonight! We're singing more, dealing with fewer diagrams, and maybe even getting to work on a song...terribly exciting. We're also taking about matching pitch and amusia. At dinner on Sunday, CoolNeighborGirl shared a story about choir, and being asked to leave because she couldn't sing. I hear so many stories like hers, and I find them cruel. I also find that those folks are often some of the most devoted music fans. There's a longer, meatier post in this point, but I'll point you toward this article for a ray of hope...

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