Two and a half days off for good behaviour! Woo! Tech was scheduled from 1:00p-5:00p and 7:00p-11:00p yesterday and today. At 10:55p last night, I called the final cue of the show. We got through a whole three act show in eight hours! Okay, granted, it's a straight play, not a major musical (although I have teched those in one day as well) but still. We ran through the show with tech this afternoon, then the director gave us the evening off. We have tomorrow off for Easter, and Monday is our regular day off - a *gasp* weekend!
I'm going to go up to Monterey tomorrow to visit AF Guy - I just need to get out of town for a while. (More explanation after the cut.) Steve called me earlier this week with the news that he's had a couple offers to come back to PCPA for the summer and wanted to make sure I was okay with it. I've since had other people tell me that he's been hired. I think it's okay. We've talked a few times, but I haven't seen him since August, so I'm not sure. It didn't bother me or make me particularly happy or upset that he was coming, so I think it will be okay. What am I supposed to say? "No, don't hire him because I can't handle it, even though I work a totally different schedule in a totally different department"? That sounds very professional. I'm glad that people here are kind enough to think about me, but I'm kind of tired of them making a deal about it. I hope the weather is nice enough to go out to the cliffs.
I'm planning on spending tonight vegging on the couch, watching tv and working on SRSP - I'm so close! I've started and frogged a pair of socks with some of Amy's sock sport yarn in the Green Gables colorway. I love the yarn, I just haven't quite found the right pattern for it. I have a few more ideas to play with, though. I hope it doesn't upset the Yarn Inspector, who appears to have claimed one of my drawers of sock yarn:
At least the cat has good taste in yarn - that's my STR, Bearfoot and Spunky Eclectic drawer!
I want to go to class, or at least find room to really work on my form! And the gym was closed for the college's spring break this past week, so I wasn't able to go running like usual. Luckily, I still got plenty of exercise going up and down the steps in the theater! I want next week to be here!