Well, what’s wrong with another late post? These things happen. And it’s not as if I have a lot of things to say. But maybe I can come up with a few.
Ah, coffee, the magic elixir which makes all things possible. Since I have developed a prejudice against making posts with no pictures, I offer this. I purposefully selected a local mug for the purpose. Herkimer Home, of General Herkimer who heroically died from wounds sustained in the Battle of Oriskany, is in Little Falls, NY. It is a wonderful historic site I hope to visit again.
The lantern was purchased by my husband, ostensibly for use in Dirty Work at the Crossroads, the play he directed at Ilion Little Theatre, but actually because he thought it looked cool. I later used it in Much Ado About Nothing with LiFT, Little Falls Theatre Company.
Here I am in Much Ado. You can just barely see the lantern by the wall on the right. My partner and I took these evildoers into custody. I famously ran back to grab the lantern while my evildoer stared at me in disbelief. I threatened him with the pitchfork as I ran back to him. It was one of my all-time favorite pieces of stage business.
Under the lantern (going back to the first picture) are scripts I have been reading in hopes of future theatrical endeavors, along with a book I think my Dad might like.
These are my thoughts as I sip coffee and wait for my Sunday to start. I hope all of you had grand Saturday.