We are approaching our Listen To Your Mother show day and it has been a whirlwind to say the least. This year’s schedule was super compressed to accommodate the Clan McClellan Wedding. There have been pros and cons to the different schedule, but at the end this week…actually this exact time next week it will all be behind us. The stories will have been told, they will be living in the ether, in the hearts and minds of our audience and our jobs will be complete.
It’s been a crazy last three months. I have had something either wedding/LTYM/Work every weekend since we turned the calendar.
So while I am looking forward to our LTYM OKC show I am also looking forward to May.
Work is going to be a zoo for awhile. We are implementing an entirely new software operating system and there is much work to be done. Next week we train. The following week we launch. So…the unforeseeable future of work is the sound of 500 chimpanzees singing Les Miserables on rotation in our heads.
But life…daily life should slow down just a tiny bit.
I get to spend time with my dearest, she and her husband are taking flight for the DC area in just a few weeks.
I will plant. OH lord will I plant. Nary a seed nor a pod has hit the dirt here at the Castle McClellan and I am tweeking. I need to get outside. I need to get my hands in the dirt and see some life spring forth. I need some color in the pots and I need some nights to just come home and sit with my husband on our porch.
At the end of the month we have a camping trip planned with my sis and her family. I couldn’t be more excited!
But while I’m super excited for what’s to come, this afternoon I ponder the coming week, ponder the last tasks to check off of our list and really gear up and get excited for our show.
Ya’ll, these stories are so gorgeous. This cast is just so amazing. I know that next Sunday is the Memorial Marathon. But we have TWO runners in our cast. The show is at 2:30. There’s time to do both. Live next Sunday to the fullest.
You really won’t regret it.
There’s something about the beauty of getting back to that tradition of storytelling…it really is a fabulous way to start your week.