I've been remiss... no posts in over a month!
I was sick for awhile there, with both pneumonia and some sort of flu, one after another. No fun at all. I've been playing more with my toy camera, but photoworks took a mail order and only returned my prints. They forgot the high-res scan cd, so I'm still waiting on that. I'll post them when they arrive. As well, my digital camera has been fixed (thanks, Best Buy, for honoring your no-questions warranty), so I'll post pics from that cam as they're taken.
March was busy, despite the sickness - much time in at BBB, and holy week to boot... I'm fully recovered now, and gearing up for two big concerts in May - Show Boat in concert, with the Oakland East Bay Symphony, and the Mozart Requiem with the Santa Clara Chorale. I've done both before, but I'm getting them back in my voice, or trying anyway, which isn't easy while performing at BBB. My voice seems to want to do one or the other, and not both at once. Ah, youth. I can't keep this up forever, but it's fun for now.
Took some time while I was in bed to join an activist movement of alumni from U of I, and designed a website to help them: www.savemensglee.com
It's pretty self-explanatory. The Glee Club I sang with in college is in some trouble, and we're trying to pull the ensemble back up to its former glory.
Finished a great book by José Saramago: Seeing. Read his book, Blindness, while I was in college. I would highly suggest both, if you're interested in literature at all. Saramago's insights are profound.
Fell in love all over again with Astor Piazolla last week, and I've been listening to his stuff on Pandora since.
Time flies. Thanks for reading.