Friday, April 16, 2010

Snow. Seriously?

Was it REALLY snowing this morning? Honestly?

Just when you thought it was safe to put away your woollies!!!
Thankfully we didn't get any 'real' snow down our way, but it was definitely sleeting when I was driving into work this morning, and it was C-O-L-D out.

Well, it's Friday and another week has come to an end.
This is my final week of performances. Only three more to go!

I'm sad to see it end, but I'm very excited to get my free time back, enjoy the warmer weather (assuming it actually arrives), and get into the softball season.

Of course, there's the underlying excitement that we could be getting 'the call' at any given moment, so there's that to look forward to.
I'm trying my best not to focus on that, but to keep it in the back of my mind so that I'm ready when it actually happens.
It's crazy-impossible to NOT think about it, but I can't let it take over my mind or I'll be going crazy waiting for it to happen.

Make sense? I think so. :-)

I'm very excited for the last few shows. In spite of my annoying cold, my voice seems to be holding up (fingers crossed!) and I know that the final few audiences will be filled with excited people and hopefully we'll keeping giving them a GREAT show.

Have an excellent weekend!!



Jim S. said...

Creepy picture!

RG said...

John, you know that the first day of Softball season is cold and overcast. It's a tradition. In all my years of playing softball, there's only been one opening day when the sun was out and the temperature was above 55 degrees! LOL

Will said...

Your run should be ended by the time you read this -- hope it went well. D you perform regularly? I just found your blog today.

Good luck with the adoption process. I went through that twice decades ago and am now in the happy phase of welcoming sons-in-law into the family and visiting my first granddaughter.
My best to you both for a happy future.

Ur-spo said...

snow ?
We are hitting 90 degrees !