Went to see "Pump Boys and Dinettes" at a local playhouse -- it was delightful! My friend A got me a comp ticket and Elizabeth bought her own ticket. Afterwards I had to get E back so she could be picked up for a party -- a full weekend for her. The timing was tight, but Elizabeth got back in time. I just spoke with the person who'd picked her up -- apparently she just thought E asking her what time she was going to be picked up and me calling and leaving messages was just because we're weird and nervous. I explained that I'd called because we were going to a play and if it ran over we wouldn't be home in time -- but I could've dropped E at the restaurant. Anyway, it worked out all right -- but people always think you're sitting at home twiddling your thumbs or something. Before the play I made E take off her watch and leave it in the car -- she enjoyed the show, and thank heavens there was no beep-beep in the middle of the performance! The singing voices were great -- and the acting sensational. The woman next to me (a stranger) leant over and whispered to me, "I think I know the man in the blue shirt." Umm..... they were ALL* wearing blue shirts. Maybe she... thought she knew them all? I stopped at the grocery outlet after dropping E off, and as I was waiting in line I noticed someone had enhanced a little snowman on their window -- the lower circle had a big bum crack. A plumber snowman! I always buy me a xmas present -- this year I am getting the biofeedback computer interactive "journey." Teaches how to control mental states, etc. I don't remember what it's called -- I read about it in Discover, went online and bought it one minute later. I'm getting one step closer to my goal of becoming Max Headroom.
Cintinuing my Fellini festival with La Strada.
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