Last night's rehearsal was pretty damn good, if I do say so myself. My veil behaved itself for the most part and the band is improving. Tonight is the preview, the big test. We'll see how it goes.
In August, we are doing a One-Act Theater Festival and I am in a David Ives piece called "The Universal Language". This play is mostly nonsense words and gibberish. So now I've stopped freaking out about "Joseph" and started severely freaking out about being in a play that makes no sense. Exactly why have I stepped into this arena again?
The eye appointment for the boy had a surprising twist. The previous announcement of one far-sighted and one near-sighted eye is no longer true. He actually had one near-sighted eye and one perfect eye. We've been joking that it's a shame that monocles are no longer in style, because that's all he needs. Since that fashion is out though it will have to be glasses, but not all the time; just for watching TV, movies and school. For running around, sports and reading he can go without them. The frames he picked out make him look very grown-up. *sigh*