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Sunday, April 25, 2004

The cough has now reached its peak, and so I'm complaining more than ever. My voice is raw, and tonight is the first all-cast read-through for A Midsummer Night's Dream. Fun, fun, fun.

The rehearsals have been going well enough. I still feel like a complete gumby on the violin (yet not enough to motivate me to get back into the swing of practicing), but this is offset by the plainness of the fact that I am the best musician in the fairy 'band.' I am left once more wondering if it's better to be a big fish in a small pond and be guaranteed of a pleasant ego-pampering, or swim to a big pond and try my luck, with the definite chance of a rather disheartening wake-up call. But the jamming certainly is a lot of fun. And I'm a big fan of the director of the show already. If nothing else, I'm glad I have the opportunity to work with him on this.

I miss John Miller. I tried to call him yesterday, but no-one answered the phone, and I'm not even sure I have the right number.

The most wonderful thing in the world is to sit on the banks of the Susquehanna River at the Wright Warehouse restaurant, eating gourmet sandwiches and watching the spring butterflies start to fill the gardens.


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