I am once again in Lincoln, Nebraska for a week of student engagement at the International Thespian Festival.
We started the journey on Sunday morning, arriving in Lincoln less than 8 hours later.
And then the crew from Webster enjoyed a steak dinner at Misty’s, across the street from our Embassy Suites hotel.
I’ll have photos and updates throughout the week!
From Saturday, two views of my home.
Today is my last day in the office for a while. I’ll do some work, go to the library, write some letters, have luncheon with Rob Lehman, teach a conducting lesson and a voice lesson, clean off my desk, and leave by 5 p.m.
The next five weeks are away on school business.
I was a summer missionary working for the Missouri Baptist Convention, attached to First Baptist Church of Tarkio, Missouri.
My parents came for a visit.
I was 21 that summer.
I found this 7-minute interview on NPR’s Morning Edition today to be very informative and helpful in understanding what’s going on with the Trump administration’s enforcement of a 1990s court ruling:
Since I’m taking the next month+ off from teaching voice lessons, and since travel is about to start, we had a studio recital on Monday evening.
With Greta, my youngest student.
With Isabella, a junior at Burroughs.
And a good time was had by all!