I've told you what I think. Now, what's on your mind? I'm curious, and would love to hear from you.
Learning how to be a stage manager without professional training has me on a learning curve like ⤴️⤴️⤴️ where I’m finding that all of my old-fashioned-y editing equipment that I haven’t used since print mark-up days is coming in quite handy. ✏️🖇📏 Meanwhile, it seems a bit like editing...except with live, moving parts and no *actual* document at the end. ⚡️🌪🎆 For those in-the-know: it’s a one-man outdoor play. (This should be easy?) ✨🌟✨ Locallers: watch for Theatre Athabasca’s The Endurance of Billy Loutit in July!
This lilac tree held summers of family hammock time and sheltered our bigger discussions. It has shaded painting projects and presided over dog training. Once, it lost a giant limb in a heavy, wet, April snowstorm. In a few weeks it will be a mass of sweet purple and civilizations of bees. Today, as I pruned, it showed me the tiniest perfect heart.
Every year, the river keeps us here.* #riverbreakup
Long Saturday morning shadows and sunshine at 54.72
Alex Janvier and Joseph Sanchez speak about the beginnings of indigenous artists being recognized in mainstream media and the birth of the Professional Native Indian Artists Inc at the world-class exhibit of Canadian Indigenous art @portagecollegemoapaa
With Michelle LaVallee from the Indigenous Art Centre at INAC.
Kitchen time remains happy time, back home. 🔸 After losing Bruno-the-dog on the trails by skiing a 5k loop instead of something shorter, something out-and-back, something shorter, and then finding him again, with some help; after imagining what we want to be/do/have in our lives with MikeG; after talks with family in Italy and Saskatchewan (x2); after wondering out the windows whether our moose would come back, and only hearing the drip of melting snow off of icicles on the back roof overhang in return; in between work as my laptop travels with me from desk-to-table-to-in-front-of-the-fire; it was a good day for veggie stew.