After an extremely busy three weeks I am finally done with Shakespeare's Measure for Measure; the box office receipts have been tallied and, shockingly, I survived without losing my head . . .
We had a Rising Sun Redbud planted in our devil strip last December, but sadly due to the (Missouri) harsh winter that we experienced the tree did not survive. Not to fret . . . the city came out, removed the dead tree, and planted a new Kousa Dogwood - we look forward to seeing it grow and blossom next spring
It's been a busy few weeks and though it's been a blast I am looking forward to having a bit more down time in the coming weeks :-).
|An Assistant Stage Manager, Maddie, tries to chop my head off|
Back at home things are progressing beautifully in our garden. The peonies that I transplanted from the backyard (where they weren't getting nearly enough sun) are growing strong and tall in the front yard. We look forward to seeing what color they bloom!
|Peony Tubers have now grown as tall as Annie Banannie|
This past Saturday before my theatre double-header (matinee followed by evening show) I went to the Walnut Street ArtsFest to watch the Springfield Dance Alliance put on a show. The choreography was beautiful.
|Kerry and her partner executing a Lift|