This week I managed to make busy people look lazy. Hell, busy people looked at me and shook their heads. The last 10 days have been nothing short of a marathon.
From May 31st (my first one in Japan, that is) through today (June 11th) I've done the following:
-Flew to AZ for my nephews HS graduation
-Gained a day/lost a day... because, time difference
-Squeezed in 2 doctor visits
-Tried to leave AZ; Got delayed an extra day... because, mechanical difficulty
-Started Senior Sayonara Week on a plane (*what's sayonara week, you might be wondering... more on that later)
-Graduation Rehearsal (Oh, yeah I directed that too)
-Principal's retirement party (co-host)
-Early morning rehearsal to sing with the choir one last time, before I leave for the next 8 weeks.
And the absolute BEST part of this week, was finalizing the cover of my next book, Sharing Backstage (see WIP page).
What could the next week possibly do to top this last one? Well, it involves a GREAT deal of laundry and packing enough (but not too much) for an 8 week stay back home in the US. I'm ready though, to promote the heck out of Sharing Backstage, finish the 3rd book in my theatre series (Scenic Changes) and put a big dent in my next project (will share the title soon).
I'm looking forward to 8 weeks of being an author and a thespian, and I hope you all will check in and enjoy this creative journey with me.
Sidebar: Don't forget to read and review Sharing Backstage, and tell a friend.
Summer 2017, it's gonna be a REAL RAGE!
*Senior Sayonara week is a 7 day period where the senior class sponsor (me) plans and executes daily events for the senior class, up to and including graduation.