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y life as a busy opera singer, voice teacher, photographer and mom - not necessarily in that order! I consider myself immensely fortunate to have carved out a way of doing all of these things which mean so much to me - it may sometimes get a little crazy, but it's always worth it. Welcome to the madhouse!

Thursday, July 3, 2008

About last night....

I'm still smiling at my own confession last night. If anybody had told my 15 year old self I'd even THINK the concept "I love to dance" someday I'd have laughed outright. Live and learn!

This morning, despite the fact that just about every bone in my body aches from the falling-down staging and said high-heeled dancing, the weather finally decided to provide the appropriate dry, warm temperatures for me to get on with staining our deck, a project which we have been trying to accomplish since about April, and which has been consistently defeated by the bizarre weather patterns we've had this year.

I didn't finish it, but I did make a good start, and hopefully my husband and I can use the extra time over the holiday weekend to finish it (weather permitting, of course. And that's a big "if" these days!)

From Dancing Diva to paint-speckled suburban homeowner in less than 12 hours. Welcome to my world!

3 comments:

Emily Margaret said...
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MG said...

Blogger Emily Margaret said...

Of course I know who are, I am so excited that we can be blog friends now! I told my mom that you commented on my blog and how excited I was about it; I am rather new to blogging but I find it really enjoyable. A is so grown up, she is the same age as Thomas, right? If you like my blog, you must check out my friend Holly lynn's blog, she is my best friend and reminds me a lot of what I think my mom would have been like at my age. You'll have to tell me because you would know better than anyone else. She is very funny and smart and works for a PR firm in Salt Lake. I am dying for an exccuse to come out East, I know that tickets are expensive, but I am trying to talk my mom into an east coast trip to NYC etc. I have never been. I am a big fan of the cake show on Food Network, that one with Charm City Cakes? Have you ever ordered a cake from them? Well I am off to take and Economics test. dread. Wish me luck!

MG said...

Thanks Emily -

So great to hear from you!!