Yesterday was my day off. I did a little grocery shopping, then I walked to the park with my camera and sat on a bench for an hour.
There are lots of pigeons in the park and, contrary to the opinion of some people, I think they’re beautiful. Each bird had markedly different coloring and each was unique. This guy was the biggest of the pigeons and just a bit of a bully.
Moments later, he took off.
Coming in for a landing.
Then this little guy landed on the bench to my left.
Is he feeding a nearby family?
Then he took off.
No, it’s not mine.
All in all, a lovely time in the park.
I sweetly asked my colleagues to stop by the apartment and hold up my quilt:
On the left is Mary. She’s the Stage Manager on this production. We’ve worked together before and are good friends.
On the right is Robyn. She’s the Assistant Stage Manager.
I lament the lack of wall space in my cottage. But as I looked around this apartment with its ceilings that are at least 17 feet high, I thought it would be the perfect place to hang quilts! Too bad it would involve drilling holes – a no-no in temporary housing. Ah well.
Today is another student matinee. The director is going on for another actor who had to go out of town for the funeral of a family member. Should be interesting.
I must take a moment to acknowledge the terrible tragedy in Oklahoma. The news accounts of the tornado are gut-wrenching. The photos of the destruction attest to its horrific power. My heart goes out to the citizens of Moore and to everyone else who has suffered inconceivable loss from this devastating tornado. You are in my thoughts and prayers.