Tuesday, November 29, 2005

COM: Blogarithmic #65

You know, some evenings just approach perfection. It was cool tonight after the last few days' winds had died down. Not really cold yet but we're approaching that -- should get down in the mid-20s tonight. But it was perfect for sitting with friends, enjoying hot soup and a bit of literature.

After rehearsal tonight i went to Holly and Roy's where i got to sample the sublime Thanksgiving leftover soup, and how could i resist but also sample the Spanish Bean Soup. Tonight i liked the former better, but tomorrow it could be the other way around.

Then, with Marie, we sat around and read Roy's first cutting of Playing for Time, the Arthur Miller holocaust masterpiece he is planning to do with Ingram's kids for UIL One-Act Play. It's close to ready, which is good since auditions are a week away. This stuff sneaks up fast. As usual, ITM's OAP entry will be a marvel to watch -- that's a prediction i make with some confidence.

Check out Teddy Roosevelt Heller's obituary.

Mike Bergin of 10,000 Birds and the Birding Gear Big Board provided this review of his movie-meme nomination of The Life of Birds.


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