“I don’t know what to do. I’m so tired my mind is set on you.”
I just got back from Richmond. Exhausting and quick round trip to and from one of the best shows I have ever been a part of. The Holocaust Museum performance hall is beautiful. The honored survivors were in the front row. After we finished our show, we took a picture with all of them and talked to them. They loved the show and are such great people. This is one of those gigs that I will remember in 30 years when I am no longer dancing and thinking fondly back on the days I used to dance in shows. All that and I didn’t drop my sword.
I managed to get some practice time in too. On Friday when we arrived, the band was rehearsing and we practiced for the two songs we were in a few times each. I logged 30 minutes that day.
Back stage on show day, Celeste and I decided we didn’t like the ending of our routine so we changed the choreography and we rehearsed it over and over until the show started. That gave me an hour for yesterday.
Since I plan on going to bed as soon as I finish this paragraph, I am giving myself a big 0 minutes practice time today. I am soooo tired!!!
26.5 done, 338.5 to go!!