I seem to be in a fairly organized, ahead-of-the-game place. Believe me, I didn’t do anything smart to make that happen.
Final tech rehearsals for the City of Torrance production of “Annie” begin tomorrow night, every night. Performances begin Thursday night, through Saturday night. The other musicians and I feel like we’re ready to go.
Saturday morning, I take a brief break from “Annie” to run over to the church and do the final cleanup on Easter music with the worship team. Unless I’m really missing something, that feels like it’s in a pretty good place, too.
I’ve made arrangements with my New Testament professor at Biola to miss class this week; he said it’ll be no problem. And for some unknown reason, I seem to be ahead on the reading for that class. And the school where I teach is on its second week of spring break, so I don’t need to be there. Plus, I’ve cancelled all private music lessons for this coming week.
That means that even though every night is crazy busy this coming week, I have some slow days. Now here’s an important announcement for those who read this blog, and happen to live in my area…
DON’T MESS WITH MY SLOW DAYS THIS WEEK! I need them. Just because I have the appearance of free time during the days this week, doesn’t mean that free time is available for you to fill it up.