Wednesday, March 23, 2005


My school's production went okay I guess. Both nights of it. Well, the first night was awful because we had technical crew issues, we didn't end up running through the play once, so the actual performance was really our dress rehearsal. But the audience seemed to enjoy it even though everything possible went wrong. My guitar was totally out of tune, the wrong music played for one of the dances, we almost skipped a whole scene and the fog machine obstructed the view of a vital scene of the play. The second night, though on a different stage, with different issues, went much better. My guitar was perfectly tuned and I only screwed up once. My screw up wasn't even much of a screw up, it was a hesitation. Many apologies for the run-on sentances, but I'm very relieved that it is over.
In other news, I absolutely LOVE Purim. It is my favorite time of the year. It almost always falls out in March, near my birthday, it's a happy time, it's a chance for me to dress up and go crazy with my friends (in a wholesome Jewish way of course =P) and it's just all around an awesome holiday. Last year my costume was a bit more outlandish than I usually wear, but this year I'm much more subtle. Last year I wore a red, curly, long wig, and oversized I LOVE NY tshirt and took random photographs of everyone because I was a Cheesy NY Tourist. This year, I'm a vampire. =D And I'm proud of it. I am planning on making an awesome costume, but Elder refuses to take me to the art store to let me buy some black ribbon for my outfit. But it's okay, WHO NEEDS BLACK RIBBON WHEN YOU HAVE SAFETY PINS??!!!!!!
Speaking of which, Elder and I are on our way out to buy food for Mesholach Manos. He is currently looking over my shoulder and making fun of my typo's. Obvosilie hee deosnit tihnk i no hwo 2 speel good.
Have an easy fast everyone!


Blogger callieischatty said...

spelling well is very overrated.
In any case, Elder should take you to get what you need for your costume.
Fathers, and later of course husbands point in life is to serve us! They MUST do our bidding!
anyhow glad your play went great!
I love Purim too, Mr Callie and I are running a booth at our temple carnival, I am going to be Queen Ester.
My husband has this cool shark outfit, he writes contracts so everyone gets a big laugh from it.
Enjoy your blog!

11:01 PM  
Blogger Elder of Ziyon said...

DoZ got everything she needed for her costumes, as well as for Shalach Manos for her friends.

But does she blog that little fact? Noooooooooo!

9:41 AM  
Blogger Catherine said...

Fool Elder! What is the meaning of this? Refusing to take your daughter to the art store for black ribbon! Shame on you! Shame, shame on you!

11:31 AM  
Blogger Elder of Ziyon said...

I did end up taking her!

We shopped at 4 stores for 2 hours!

Stop bothering me or I'm gonna tell!

11:43 AM  

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