I missed Flashback Friday. So, here’s Flashback Saturday, which doesn’t make any sense at all.
It was 1987. I was 16. That is the only way to explain my hair and that sweatshirt.
I love food. We are slowly breaking up and getting back together again. More about this coming soon.
Tonight is the opening night of this season’s Expressing Motherhood, a stage show featuring people reading or performing their original work centered on the theme of motherhood. I’m 4th in a lineup of 12. I’m “performing” a piece I wrote that I think is pretty funny.
It’s the first time I’ve been on stage since the fall of 1994, when I was Annelle in a production of “Steel Magnolias” at the University of New Haven.
Then I moved to Los Angeles and basically never acted again. But! I got headshots. I thought you might enjoy my “Law & Order Deputy District Attorney” look.
So, in case you ever wondered what I have read over the last year or so (because I know you wonder even though you never ask) you should know that I am starting to keep track. I even made a page for it here on this site. Look! Up there! Next to “about me,” just click on “Books I Have Read.”
Whatever, I know it’s not super important information for anyone, even me, but it is fun to keep track. Also sometimes I write reviews and I will be linking them in that list, for people who are looking for something to read.