I just can’t do it. I’m sitting here in front of my laptop but typing into my tablet, one letter at a time with the stylus. I can’t get the printer to work, and I think I made things worse by trying.
OK, back on the laptop (SUCH a relief to type with all ten fingers!). I do not use the printer often enough, so I usually screw it up the first several tries. Once I got it working, I realized I was almost out of paper. Yikes! I really think there is a partial ream hanging around somewhere, but I could not find it. By virtue of searching for stuff I could print on the back of, I got everything I need printed. A trip to Hummel’s Office Plus is in my near future (just to sneak in a shout-out to a local business).
All this by way of introduction to my usual Wuss-out Wednesday post. Sorry, readers, but I’m afraid any number of lame posts will be forthcoming in the next month or so. Then it will be all posts about Morning’s at Seven till May. Still, even a lame post must be made, so here I sit, typing.
I spent most of my breaks at work trying to learn my lines for Morning’s at Seven. Next I will have to worry about A Trivial Murder. Learning my lines, that is. I’ve already written that one. Other than that, all time must be spent on Murder by the Book, the one I will soon complete writing (as soon as I figure out who did it) (only your really organized writers know these things before they start, you know).
For anyone tuning in late, A Trivial Murder is an interactive dinner theatre to be presented to benefit the Herkimer County Historical Society at The Travel Lodge in Little Falls on March 23 (Yikes, that’s soon!). Murder by the Book, also an interactive dinner theatre, will be at the Morning Star Church in Ilion on April 6. I wrote both murder mysteries. Morning’s at Seven by Paul Osborn is a full-length regular play I am in at Ilion Little Theatre, to be presented the last weekend in April and first weekend in May. On the third weekend in May, I will have a nice, quiet nervous breakdown.