Monday, September 13, 2010
Oh, how I miss you...
There's the back of AmandaJean's Quilt-A-Long that I have conflicting thoughts about...
(and after almost $100 of entirely enjoyable shopping at Keepsake Quilting ((Me = Luckiest Girl in the World)), I think I'm gonna go rogue and improvise the back with leftover strips/scraps from the front.)
...and some much needed Indian Summer cookin'...
Skillet Apple Pie.
Creme Brulee (well, when where there are chickens, there will be eggs. And where there are eggs, there will be custard. And where there will be custard, there will be Creme Brulee.)
I have been a bit distracted.
Also, I've been in rehearsal 8 hours/day. It's my Work, I get Paid. But I am so Very Lucky. Because, this time, I get to immerse myself in the life of Emilie du Chatelet, the "mother" of Enlightenment, and Votaire's longtime companion and lover. She was an obscure (read: "female") scientist, who was the first to translate Isaac Newton's work into something other than Latin, and who basically was the first to discover that Light has no Mass. And then she died in childbirth at the age of 42.
I am reeling a bit trying to bring her story to, well, the Light.
So, when I'm not cramming lines, I embrace the Season. No One is happier about the ending of summer than I.
We are always working, no matter what, aren't we. What are you working on, that might not show, I mean?
Posted by Sooz at 11:35 PM