1. Boyfriend and I get dressed and go see the opening of our local theater production of The Graduate. – Amazing acting! We really, really enjoyed it.
2. Afterwards we pass by the bowling alley. We think about how fun it would be to go there. We do. He turns the car around and we bowl. We get our shoes and our names are Linda and Napo for the rest of the evening. He won. I think..
3. We got hungry. We went to Whataburger. I had pancakes, he had a bacon burger.
4. He drove me home. We talked for while outside my house in his Jeep, as we usually do.
5. We go to sleep in our own beds, in each’s home, wishing we could just live together and still be together for the rest of the night.
I hate that I can’t sit down peacefully and write you my adventures as I would like. ugh. school.
anyway, here are some updates on my life because I know you really wanna know and because I feel the need to write, even if it’s very little.
I got a job as a lab manager for a research in my uni (!!)
my birthday is monday the 13th.
napoleon’s birthday is saturday the 18th.
I discovered my piggies are big watermelon fans.
I just ate a hash brown and a croissant. (beautiful breakfast).
last weekend i had the privilege of being part of a production called Entremeses. as i had stated in my previous post, it consisted of ten little 10-minute plays; every single one completely different from the next.
if you would like to watch them – even just one of them – then click here. one i really, really recommend you watch is The Man Who Couldn’t Dance. ugh, the feels! kudos to Spike and Kassandra for making it amazing. and to Brian for sharing the videos. you rock! (he came out in Drugs Are Bad. really funny and original. watch it too if you can!)
I was so lucky to have shared the stage with some really talented artists. they are just awesome people. so kind and unique. the kind of people that give off that good vibe that just makes you feel happy. although i don’t personally know them, i’m glad i met them. i won’t ever forget their performances or their personalities. around them i never felt embarrassed or not encouraged.
Just Before the War Between the Plates
by Larry Loebell
thank you, Dr. Gil, for everything theater.
thank you, Beto, for our sets and helmets.
thank you, Brian, for the videos.
thank you, David, for the pictures. (and for coming both days. you’re the best!)
and thanks to all the cast! it was a pleasure working with you!
even if i played an inanimate object, i learned a lot.