The play was amazing! My wife had never seen nor read Shakespear’s Twelfth Night so I was worried over whether or not she would enjoy it but she loved it too. The theater itself was really neat. The stage was set in a hexagonal shape and surrounded by seats on all sides rather than being in the front of the room. The stage shape and the fact that we had front row seats meant we felt right in the middle of the action. I already can’t wait to see another show there!

Afterward we treated ourselves to sweet treats from the natural grocery store and ate too many with tea when we got home. I’m tired now and dozing off on the couch while I write this even though it’s over an hour before my usual bedtime. This flare up didn’t ruin my day but it’s rearing it’s ugly head tonight in the form of extreme fatigue. I suppose in the scheme of the last two weeks it could be so much worse. I’m grateful for only tired.


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Lisa Marie Blair

Painfully aware. Profoundly afraid. Perpetually falling in and out of love with humanity. She/They.

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