So yesterday I promised to do my damnedest to finish the post I started. I bet some of you were sitting there shaking your heads in a superior fashion saying, “She won’t do it. She’ll have a Tired Tuesday post. You watch.”
Well, technically we’re both right. I did try my damnedest to finish that post before giving up and starting the Tired Tuesday nonsense you are now reading (ooh, here are a couple of Freudian slips for you: I started to type “Turd” instead of “Tired,” and “not reading” instead of “now reading”).
We had rehearsal last night for “Engaged to be Murdered,” the murder mystery being presented by Ilion Little Theatre at Morning Star Methodist Church this Saturday, April 3. Just to give another plug, that’s at 5 p.m., tickets are $20 and include the performance and a roast pork dinner. Reservations are required by March 31 by calling the church office at 315-894-4093.
Rehearsal went marvelously. The actors all brought their costumes and let me tell you, they are fabulous. Everybody looks awesome! The performance should be very enjoyable. I’m only sorry I’m not acting in it myself.
Tonight I have another rehearsal for Leading Ladies, ILT’s spring production, which as you may remember I am directing. I’m sure that will go well too. We’ll be missing an actor, but these things happen in community theatre. We must make the best of them.
In summary, I think I have legitimate reasons to be tired (I didn’t even mention being on overtime at work, but I am). I suppose it’s no reason not to write a blog post. Oh wait a minute, I just did. On to rehearsal!