Thoughts on the week:
OPB (OTHER PEOPLE'S BLOGS)
A very good friend of mine has started a fashion blog. As I noted on Twitter, we should all be surprised that I have a friend who started a fashion blog. Check it out at fashionrehabbed.blogspot.com. Running a Twitter search on "Rocheport," I came across this photographer and her blog. This post features loves of pretty Rocheport shots and one of our house in particular.
BACK TO SCHOOL (INCLUDING A BENEFIT FOR MOM)
One of the nice things for both Tracy and me about working a places that employ college kids is getting to see the cycle of the school year. I think we both enjoy the start of the year (even though it also marks the start of Tracy's busy season). It also means that football season is almost here. So, old friends come back into town, as well as new classes with new friends to be made. As part of the return to school, the Eyrie players of CMU are performing "I'm Not Rappaport" as a benefit for Mom's memorial fund tonight (Saturday). It was a great production this summer and I'm sure will be excellent tonight. Many thanks go to the students and to Mark Kelty for their love and support for Mom and our family.
BOONVILLE RIVER RATS (AND WHAT'S ON THE HORIZON)
The River Rats have beed the driving force behind Gumbo Bottoms, an original production with which I've been involved for over a year. They have announced that Gumbo Bottoms will be mounted in Columbia this October, and I'm excited that it's going up again. It will have a slightly modified cast, and it will be a lot of fun. The Rats have also announced that they will produce a 3-minute play in a few months. I had the pleasure of helping pick and perform in those plays last year, and I think it is one of the most enjoyable projects I've been involved with -- and that's saying a lot.
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