prosodic: (bookworm)
Brrrrrrr...it's cold out right now, but I'm leaving in about half an hour for the light rail station. I'll take light rail, get off at the Columbia City Station, meet up with Lisa, and we'll walk to Tutta Bella (Neapolitan pizza) for lunch. Then BOOKFEST!

Glorious Bookfest! An afternoon of BOOKS!

The Friends of Seattle Public Library will be there, trading and selling books, so I'm bringing a couple of paperbacks to swap. I don't really know what to expect today, but I know I'm going to have fun!

Then I'll come home to dinner in the slow cooker (brown sugar chicken). And then I have to work on my design project. I'm on page 3, so it's coming along. I just want a complete rough draft by Tuesday night and then I'll finish the tweaking on Wednesday and submit it. The most time-consuming part of the whole thing is taking screenshots and editing them so they fit into my document (which is booklet sized). I don't expect it to be the best project of the class, but hopefully it won't be the worst. Either way, I'll pass the class as long as I do all the assignments.
prosodic: (seattle - image found on Google)
Here's a couple of upcoming events that I'm really interested in seeing. One is next Friday, and maybe Ruby would like to go. The other one is coming up soon...the Seattle Shakespeare Company!! YAY!!! They are coming to Auburn, which is so much closer than going to Seattle to see them. (A 15 minute drive as opposed to a 30 minute to 1 hour drive, depending on traffic.)

If any local-area people would be interested in going to either of these with me, let me know. Both events take place at the Auburn Performing Arts Center.

GIORDANO JAZZ DANCE CHICAGO
Friday, March 28, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets
Orchestra: $15 & $13 st/sr
Mezzanine: $13 & $11.50 st/sr

"The dancers are stunners… displaying the sort of mastery that had the audience audibly gasping." -- Chicago Sun Times

Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago was founded in 1962 and is known as the nation's original jazz dance company. The company has a distinguished history of commissioning well-known choreographers and wows audiences world-wide with its dynamic performances. Continually expanding the boundaries of jazz dance, the company's popular appeal captivates audiences with its virtuosic performance, evoking joy and celebration through uplifting, entertaining, and inspiring dance.

SEATTLE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
ROMEO AND JULIET
Friday, April 18, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets
Orchestra: $15 & $13 st/sr
Mezzanine: $13 & $11.50 st/sr

"Seattle Shakespeare Company presents vivid stagings of Shakespearean classics that stretch beyond the staid and predictable." - Seattle Times

Seattle Shakespeare Company has made a name for itself over the past 15 years as one of the region's best theatrical ensembles. Don't miss this acclaimed company's production of Shakespeare's famous lovers, who's radical and defiant act illuminates the depths of human passion and the price exacted when misunderstanding and hatred prevail.

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