Tra la! It’s May!
The lusty month of May!
That lovely month when ev’ryone goes
Guenevere in Camelot
Or, if you went to my conservative Christian college in the 70s, it was allegedly the “merry” month of May.
And for what it’s worth, Eliza Doolittle didn’t “dance” all night either.
Or do I just randomly babble incoherent thoughts?
We’re beginning the fifth month of the year.
[insert OMG where does the time go comment here]
I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a flurry of activities coming up. Part of the reason, like I said on Friday,
why I won’t be posting here every day.
For example, I’m leaving town again on Wednesday for work trip for a board meeting, and then on to Atlanta to visit the older offspring.
Read into that what you will, but just know that I won’t be posting again this week.
After that…three more board meetings this month.
I am not making that up.
Rehearsals will be in full swing for Sound of the Guns (details below), I’ve got editing projects.
And soon, very soon, I will wrap up the 100 Day Project. I know, it’s just something silly-ish that I do. But, for an artist, even a self-taught amateur like me, there’s benefit in drawing every day.
There’s a lesson, or a post in there, but I think you know what it is.
I mean, we all know how to get to Carnegie Hall…right?
On top of the trip we’ve got a flurry of exciting events this week.
We’ve got May the 4th, Cinco de Mayo, and the Kentucky Derby.
And, I’ve heard they’re having a little party across the pond.
Something about the family jewels.
That may not be the proper Queen’s English term. Or is it now the King’s English?
Regardless, it’s a busy week and I’m making sure I have all of my Instagram ducks lined up in a row. It’s a heavy week for memes.
All that being said, it’s May. By the end of the month the pool will be open, the amusement parks will be operating on a daily basis, and the kids will be out of school.
While we’re at it, you should go ahead and start stressing over where you’re taking her for Mother’s Day. Reservations are probably already filling up.
Let’s get on with it.
I’ll see you sometime next week.
RANDOM LINKS OF INTEREST
Epstein’s private calendar reveals planned meetings with Obama admin official, CIA chief
New documents, which belonged to the rich convicted pedophile and were obtained by The Wall Street Journal, showed planned meetings with a slew of prominent individuals, including now-CIA Director William Burns, Bard College president Leon Botstein, Obama White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler and professor Noam Chomsky.
Republicans can spare the country a rematch it doesn’t want
Jeff Jacoby in The Boston Globe (subscription)
Biden’s renomination is unavoidable. Trump’s doesn’t have to be — especially if the GOP wants to win.
Cue Card Hosts Press Conference While Biden Out Sick
The Babylon Bee
“We have no idea how this inanimate cue card had typed-up, bullet point answers for every single question – but wow!” said Press Secretary Karine Jeanne-Perre. “That cue card gave an absolutely flawless performance out there.”
WHAT I’M READING
WHAT I’M WORKING ON
New in the Historic Occasions ETSY Shop, your personalized pet drawing from the world of Herbie and Quinn.
Sixth in the Stations of the Cross series. Jesus wears the Crown of Thorns.
KD Kitties will soon be offering a shirt on ETSY. For now, check out their Redbubble site.
There’s another CAT and PIG book in the works. Maybe two. For now, please keep buying and sharing these.
Sound of the Guns runs June 22 – July 14, 2023 at Firehouse Theatre.
BORN ON THIS DAY
American singer and actress, Kate Smith, was born on this day in 1907 (died 1986)