There is a million things going on in my head. I really need to focus on just a few things, but no, I try and tackle as much as I can.
I'm trying to get through school work. I like it and much of it is interesting, but this week, I have 31 pages to read. That's really not much, but every time I sit down to read, I fall asleep. Or my mind starts to think about the other ten projects I'm working on and by the time I've finished a page, I can't remember a single thing that I read and I re-read it, but continue to have a wandering mind. I still haven't made it through those 31 pages yet.
My theater is holding auditions this coming Saturday. I'm excited. Recent theater experiences in the last few months have given me great ideas to do with the kids for auditions. I'm going to have every kid go through the audition, but depending on the number of kids that show up, if they want to be in the play, I can put them in it. It's a great little show because the cast size is very flexible.
Oldest son really wants to have a comedy troop. We've had two meetings, but only one kid showed up and that's tough for him. My kids and I have been playing these funny games for month, but he never has, so it's hard for him to jump into our family's insanity. We discovered that one of our neighbors is a theater major graduate and he spent a year and a half in an improv comedy group while he was in school. We've invited him to our next meeting to come and really help us do some fun stuff.
I've given up on writing right now. The only thing I write these days is this blog and my school papers. Sad, but it's a trade off in the middle of the semester.
I need to figure out how to record sound with my computer. I can run the camera, but I don't want video, just sound and I can't figure it out. I've asked Hubby for help, but he is so busy with everything he is involved in, he hasn't had time to help. If I ever do figure it out, watch out! I've got a funny idea brewing.
The kids are good. My oldest daughter and youngest son have birthdays next week. Ahhh! I haven't even thought about those yet. I had a parent/teacher conference with my daughter's teacher a couple of weeks ago. She told me what they are learning in school and she told me, "don't teach her multiplication yet, we need to get the addition facts down first." OK. Well, today, for fun, daughter was at the table, writing out her own math problems and figuring them out. She realized that 12x6 is just 12 six times. She thinks of things that I never would have thought of at her age. She's smart, like her dad.
OK, Peanut, who I am holding, has fallen asleep. Now it's time to put her down and see if I can tackle those reading pages again. (yawn, maybe not)
Upcoming blog entries will include: Mincemeat adventures and my lifelong love for Peter Pan.
Oh yes, I know you're excited now.