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Today's Blog Post...

I did not manage my time well and, as a result, have not planned for things that I need to get done today... So sadly, I must claim defeat. Today's post will be postponed until tomorrow.

I have a reason. I promise. I have a recital coming up on Sunday (I study opera performance at Belmont University.), and all of my extra time is being devoted to preparing for said performance. Lots of stuff still to do, and my run-through / dress rehearsal is this evening. Oy gewald. Shoot me now, please.

Anyways, I appreciate you all and hope that my lack of planning hasn't altered your day too much (hah!!! I'd be a little concerned if that were the truth, guys. I mean, they are just writing exercises! teehee).

Much love to you all, and I will see you tomorrow!

Peace.
Stef.

P.S. I have had requests from some of my readers to post the video of my recital online (It's 30 minutes long.). Would that be something you guys would be interested in? If so, let me know. I'll be happy to add a little blog post about it with information on the songs and translations / whatnot.

Comments

Regina Quentin said…
Please post. Opera is a love of mine. Not that it is all about me or anything.
I'm very intrigued! If I were to return to school and pursue something other than writing, it would be vocal performance. Well, that or psychology. ;)

Best to you!
BT said…
It's Thursday in Australia so I'm not sure whether to say post it or I hope it all goes well. How about, I hope it all goes/went well and please post it when you have succeeded.

Nothing better than learning about the whole person rather than just the writer.
Martin Aggett said…
I'd love to see the recital video and hear about your experience.

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