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Very sick, very lazy day

1. What did you do this weekend?
2. What was for dinner tonight?
3. How often do you put on lip balm?


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Jan. 8th, 2008 04:29 am (UTC)
1. I cannot remember. bit of cleaning up I think. Oh, also we had a flood. Why was that so hard to remember??

2. pan fried chicken breasts, stuffed mushroom cups and salad. Probably potatoes too. maybe rice instead.

3. when I am actively using it, multiple times a day, otherwise not at all.
Jan. 8th, 2008 05:07 am (UTC)
1. Had a date Friday night with potential new person. Phone date Saturday afternoon with established person. Watched movies and went to Barnes and Noble yesterday.

2. Comfort food: Cream of mushroom soup, hamburger, and rice.

3. All the time. I couldn't live without it.
Jan. 8th, 2008 06:32 am (UTC)
1) not nearly as much as I should have

2) peanut butter sammiches

3) I think 2005 was the last time
Jan. 8th, 2008 06:38 am (UTC)
1. Boo, I missed your play. How was Sunday night? I was so disheartened by Saturday night that I couldn't get myself out the door Sunday, despite at least three tries. Also I was in bed by nine. I'm a lame-o sometimes.

2. Veggie curry with raisins, cashews and lots of cilantro over brown rice. Yum.

3. 4 or 5 times a day, easy.
Jan. 8th, 2008 08:46 am (UTC)
I'd love to see your impressions of the Saturday shows.
Jan. 9th, 2008 08:47 am (UTC)
Well, all in all I was mostly just bored. I thought Schatzie and Paul B.'s scripts were both really good, but got muddled up with poor directing and acting. (With the most major exception of Laura Carpenter in the Paul play; she cracks me up.) Ann's I thought wasn't bad, except by the end I still had no idea what her point was (and I suspect, neither did she, though I could just have been being blonde and missed something profound. Jon M. was pretty damn cute in that one, too.)

Shane's...oy. Although it had a few funny lines in it, I did not go to the Overnighters to be preached at. And the thing is I really LIKE Shane and I think he is very talented on all fronts, and I don't mind his Mormon values (for him) but it didn't make good theatre for ME. (And as everyone knows, it's all about me.) On the whole, I generally just felt that the song gimmick plus the silly costumes created more of a burden than an inspiration for the playwrights, and some of the hammy and amateur acting and low-grade directing just kinda made the end product, in my opinion, not very good.

And the thing is that I was totally aware of being a minority in the audience; people were having a really great time and laughing a lot, all be it at that I didn't think was very funny. And Rodney and I sort of disagreed on the point that I think that all participants in the ONs should be more concerned with what ends up onstage, rather than just being there to have a good time. Which begs the question, are the ONs just about the players having fun and being together (not that thats a bad thing at all - but if thats the case then I think admission should be, like, $2), or is everyone there in an honest effort to create some good theatre for a paying audience?

I'm still kinda bummed I missed Sunday night though. Any gems in the bunch?
Jan. 9th, 2008 08:48 am (UTC)
I totally forgot to use my critic icon.
Jan. 8th, 2008 10:37 am (UTC)
1. Nothing that we had planned.

2. Fish & Chips

3. Anytime I go out in cold weather.
Jan. 8th, 2008 03:03 pm (UTC)
1. I played WoW, and lots of it. (Yes, I'm a geek).

2. Leftover hamburger helper for me. But I made pizza pockets for everyone else.

3. All the time.

How did your day go?
Jan. 8th, 2008 06:36 pm (UTC)
1. Stayed in bed with my new bf most the weekend - I made him get up and out the house to eat breakfast with a friend

2. Pork Roast, spinach salad, 3 day old garlic bagel

3. Really, I should, but currently my lips are otherwise precoccupied
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