Friday, March 14, 2008

Spring!


I've had a bad case of Spring Fever this week. I bought a beautiful hyacinth for the house that fills it with a glorious scent throughout! Sometime in the future we will be able to attach scents to our blogs and emails and you will be able to share the exquisite aroma of my humble little hyacinth.It was well worth the $8 spent. It spurred me on to do some deep spring cleaning as well.
The added daylight in the evening is even better. I find I'm far more productive and get so much done. Love It.
The creative juices are flowing and I'm making (and selling :) Prayer bracelets and Chakra bracelets. I'll post photos of them as soon as I get my new camera.
Off this weekend to judge another forensics tournament in Holland, Michigan ,that is, but they also put on an amazing tulip festival. Spring again!
I saw a delightfully funny show last night called Hate Mail. If you're familiar with Love Letters this is the anti- Love Letters. It tells the story of Preston, a spoiled rich kid who meets his match in Dahlia, an angst-filled artist. Their worlds collide when Preston sends a complaint letter that gets Dahlia fired from her job, and then there's no turning back. The play stays with their increasingly crazed correspondence as they move from hate to love, and then right back again.
It's playing through March 30 at the Williamston Theatre.
I'm still reading, watching and reflecting with Eckhart Tolle in A New Earth. Amazing! Such insight and fundamental truths. Loving it!

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emilysuttonsmith said...

Hi Jane,

Thanks for the wonderful comments about Hate Mail! Glad you liked it.

Just FYI, the show is only scheduled to run through March 30. We contracted everyone longer in the hopes that we would extend, but there's no guarantee that it will run past March 30 at this time. So come see Hate Mail soon, everyone!

Thanks for your support of the Williamston Theatre!

Emily Sutton-Smith

Jeanie said...

This is totally glorious! I love hyacinths! Make me sneeze but... Sounds like you've been busy! I've got to get to the Williamston theater. Still haven't been.