The Thirty-fifth Day

My final group critique today led to a little more editing and a little more printing.  The good news is that my prints are now ready and all that’s left is hanging them tomorrow morning and then enjoying the show tomorrow night from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.!  Here’s the link with all the info for the show: http://media.schoolofvisualarts.edu/sva/media/16817/small/EVITE.html

We ate another amazing Cuban meal tonight at Victor’s Café in the theatre district where I made an entire plate of fried plantains disappear for the 3rd time in 1 week.  I can’t stop… it’s becoming an addiction.  Again, such a treat to have Samantha join us!!

This marks our 5,456,999th family photo just like this one, around a table.  Eastman's really like to commemorate our eating experiences.

This marks our 5,456,999th family photo just like this one, around a dinner table. Eastman's really like to commemorate their eating experiences.

From Victor’s we only needed to cross the street to make it in to Jersey Boys, 2006 Musical of the Year.  The music was incredible and they had all the gray-haired people surrounding me up on their feet, singing and dancing, by the end of the show.  Loved it!

The long walk from dinner to the theatre...

The long walk from dinner to the theatre...

Another terrible iPhone picture but at least you can see how close we were.  You get to see lots of flying spit and sweat from the 4th row.

Another terrible iPhone picture but at least you can see how close we were. You get to see lots of flying spit and sweat from the 4th row.

"Oh what a night..."

"Oh what a night..."

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2 responses to “The Thirty-fifth Day

  1. Barbara Farrington

    Hey, I was one of those “grey-haired” people lovin’ Jersey Boys, along with Bill!!! Great music!!! I am sure your SHOW will be awesome; the collection of photographers exhibiting will be varied, right? Congratulations on putting yourself into a new, challenging environment that has contributed to your growth as an artist. Off to the AP Institute. Love, Barb

  2. Wish I could be there to see the show in person. I think we need to recreate it in San Diego so all the west coast peeps can experience it! What do you think? Can’t wait to have you back…just wish that didn’t mean the start of another school year – I’m just not ready!
    Love ya!

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