No long, chatty post today. It's moving fixtures around the store because I want to day. Gives me great appreciated for physical laborers.
I did read a bit this weekend - a lot, actually. fFirst- a short play called Trapped which is a take off of Death Trap- a play within a play. Adding this new, third layer makes it a play within a play within a play, I guess. I want to direct this short piece someday soon.
The title UnCatholic Conduct calledmy name. Rating: Awful. Make that Awful -. Luckily it came in a box of books that had been damaged by the carrier so I will be getting a credit for this book which I will finish despite the awfulness. Gotta find out who's killing those Catholic School kids in a private school in England.
I just got started on Lily Dale, a big departure from my normal reading. I remember seeing a segment on TV about this secretive community in New York where psychics gather and are sought out by those hoping to contact dead loved ones. Although this sounds like a new age commune, it's not. Lilly Dale has been around for decades, and until recently, the inhabitants resisted publicity. Not sure why that has changed. .
That's that. Gotta get my tool belt on. Time to start spittin' and cussin' as I shove shelves around. (No, that's not a comment on tough, physical workers. It's what I do when I exert myself which makes most people in my life happy I have chosen an exertion free occupation).
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