Wednesday, February 12, 2014

No time to worry 'cause we're on the road again.

The tour opened last night to a great house at The Alcazar. I have to say, this is the lightest, easiest to manage load-out I have had since the Chekhov tour which features four pieces of furniture and a curtain.

Tonight we will be at Lorain County Community College in the Stocker Arts Center, Studio Theatre at 7:30 PM. Free and open to the public, please join us.

Seven Ages on Sound of Applause, 2/11/2014
(we begin around the 45 minute mark)

Last night I wrote:
A peaceful late night, at home. Children abed and wife as well. Leftover soup, with crackers and cheese, visiting friends on Facebook. To bed, next to loving wife, who snores intermittently. Reading now, applying hemp lotion to hard, cracked fingertips. Silent, but for the shifting of cats, and her breath. 11:35 PM. Quiet, peaceful. Then rest.
Temperature: 12°
Pavement: slippery
Distance: 1.75 miles
Weight: 175 lbs.

In spite of how warm I feel by the end of these sub-freezing runs, I keep them short. No reason to risk injury nor illness. This is a shame because 1982 was the greatest year in the history of recorded music.

1982 Playlist
Sirius - The Alan Parson Project
Hold Back The Rain (Remix) - Duran Duran
Jukebox (Don't Put Another Dime) - The Flirts
The Boys Are Back - Bus Boys


Henrik said...

1982 was also one Hell of a good year for movies.

pengo said...

True dat. Listening to the "Blade Runner" soundtrack earlier ...