Thank you all for being so understanding while I've bounced back from everything. It's been a whirlwind in our house (and it shows *EEK*) but I have so much to share with you!
First, if you live in the DC area, come see me in A Midsummer Night's Dream, put on by Annapolis Shakespeare Company, at the Bowie Playhouse in Bowie, MD. The show opens tomorrow night and there are still seats available!! It will run from December 6 - 22 so I hope you can come for a visit! More information and tickets can be gotten from http://www.annapolisshakespeare.org/Annapolis_Shakespeare_Company/Home.html
Following this, I will be participating in a reading of my favorite Shakespeare show, A Winter's Tale, as Paulina on December 30th AND then going on to play Nurse in Romeo and Juliet at Spotlighter's Theater in Baltimore! From not performing at all to being superbusy - it's great!
Moving on from that, we've narrowed down the house plans. As you know we had a plan to build our home. Unfortunately, the timing of such an undertaking with everything else in our lives is too much for me at the moment. Also, seeing as that won't be our "forever" house, why waste all our design dreams on a temporary home? We are going forward with the design planning, but for now will be buying a new build home in the same area. We're excited and things are moving along nicely.
So, TTC, yeah - we're taking a little break. Not a huge one but a few months so I can concentrate on getting my health back and reducing stress. It will make our next efforts more successful, prayerfully, and we'll have more things settled in general.
Lastly, there has been some movement on the job front. Nothing definite to announce yet, but some really promising movement - stay tuned!!
So, now that you've been updated - prepare yourself for the onslaught. From my holiday thoughts and hints to some new marriage observations (trials and tribulations either make or break you, sometimes it's hard to tell which is happening). I hope you'll be entertained!
Happy Belated Thanksgiving to you all and I wish you much fun (and patience) and you enter into the Christmas season!