My road trip is going well.
I had a wonderful weekend visiting my daughter and her boyfriend – I even learned a new board game called Dominion. My daughter beat me and her super smart sweetie. I think she would have enjoyed beating us more if she’d realized she was doing so well. He knew she’d won, but she had to count it out before she believed it. She’s a good player of board games, but the game has some complexities and she was so focused on playing the cards in the right order that she didn’t see how many points she was accumulating.
Saturday night we went to the Shakespeare Tavern in downtown Atlanta to see Hamlet. It was a long evening, but seeing Hamlet made it much more alive than reading it in a book ever did. For a synopsis of the story, click here.
It was opening night and the energy was high. I don’t know how the actors will do this night after night with the same passion, but I sure enjoyed it. We haven’t done this before and it was nice getting out to do something different. The actor playing Hamlet had so much emotion – although they all did. I wasn’t too impressed with the actress who played Ophelia until Ophelia went insane. The actress was superb – wow! What a switch from a sweet young thing to a woman out of her mind with grief.
Sorry about the pictures. I used my cell phone and don’t have any photo processing software on my work laptop. But I love sharing my days with everyone and even though it’s not up to my usual quality, the purpose here is to share fun and laughter.
I had good meetings at our manufacturing facility today. There was wonderful hospitality from the catered lunch (Southern fried chicken) to the tour and the bottle of water on the way out. I learned a lot and I also gave out information about what I did and how I did it.
So Tuesday brings meetings with legislators and the lieutenant governor, Wednesday is a seminar and meetings with attorneys. It’s been a lot of driving (pretty and very uneventful). So I hope you understand if I haven’t been leaving comments on your blogs. I’m reading them as I have time, but there hasn’t been much of it.
Have a good week!
I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com.