Saturday, June 12, 2004
This is looking like the busiest summer *ever*. So far, I've driven from Providence to Houston, spent a week visiting family in California, and returned to Houston to start Mikado rehearsals and to continue work. I work from 8:00-5:00, and rehearse from 7:30-10:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. I try to save Tuesday and Thursday evenings for a social life. Between work and rehearsal is for a quick dinner, a run, and some philosophy. I'm actually getting quite a bit of philosophizing done this summer, which is exciting because I'm exploring the exciting world of philosophy of fiction and imagination. (I'm also trying to revise and expand my paper on dreaming.) After rehearsals I generally update the Papers Blog and relax for an hour or two, catching up with friends online and reading. I also often catch Futurama and Family Guy on Adult Swim. Bed generally happens around 1:00, then I'm up again at 7:00 for the new day. Weekends I sleep in to catch up. I think I can keep up this pace. And those of you in Houston, I both want and will make time to spend time with you. Email or call. Also, if you want to see our Mikado, click the link above and get tickets sooner rather than later (your seats will be better, the sooner you buy). Or get in touch with me, and I will order tickets for you.