Monday, September 20, 2010
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Breakfast was two leftover spinach pancakes (cold, I'm afraid), and a small bunch of grapes. I should have packed some cheese sticks or protein SOMETHING because I knew I wasn't going to get lunch. Dumb!
There are always vendors at Regional, and one of SONE's fundraisers is a food dealer called Tastefully Simple. They make dips, snacks, bread mixes, chutneys and sauces. That kind of thing. It's not the way I cook or eat, really, but I'd like to find something to buy, perhaps as a gift, to support the chorus.
They had a table with samples of the bread and dips. I don't even remember what these two dips were, but I had one cube of bread and a little dip for each sample.
We had to be in rehearsal at one, so I tried to get a sandwich, but they only took cash (and I had left mine at home), so I went to the bar, but they couldn't make anything fast enough.
So lunch turned out to be a single handful of their bar snack mix.
The audience said we were Energetic and Captivating. We added that we are a very loving group, and we hope that shows when we sing.
We needed to eat dinner early so there would be time for costumes and full makeup.
I was so hungry, I could have eaten the napkins and silverware! I had a glass of pinot noir, which I did not photograph. I had a second glass with dinner, and it is in the picture.
I also took some of Anne N.'s fries, probably about four. Not what's in this picture.
Then makeup, costume, and the stage.
As soon as it was over, we changed back into our street clothes and started home.
I would've loved a cup of coffee for the road, but we were all eager to get home.
AND, I found about 2/3 of the half of a glazed donut I had bought Friday after the quilt disaster.
Good to be home.