Don’t things ever end?!?

Sister Mary is done.  The next project starts Wednesday; I have as opposite a role (from Sister Mary) for the next one as it would be possible to arrange.

I’m calling that a good thing; taking on a similar role right now would probably be more difficult than taking one that has no connection to her.  As it is, I really miss Sister Mary.  I wasn’t ready to be done with her.  I suppose you never really can be, but I still feel like I could have spent another month doing nothing but research nuns and Catholicism.

I guess that I really don’t want things to end, however I would like my class-related responsibilities and commitments top magically drop off the face of the earth.  If anyone would like to take care of that for me, that would be great.

Just to finalize your sense that his post has no theme or structure to it, where should I move after school?

7 Responses to “Don’t things ever end?!?”

  1. Liz Says:

    you should move in with me :)

    actually, you should move somewhere warm so I can come visit you :)

    but I will miss you

  2. Dog Mom Says:

    *NOT* SE Michigan; avoid the Flint (Genesee County), Saginaw (Saginaw County) and Detroit (you know about Metro Detroit) at all costs!!! Until this economy starts recovery, these counties/cities are only going to continue their long, steady implosion.

    On the other hand, since your ARE involved in Theatre…. look to the Chicago area and the East & West Coasts – ‘course, you probably already knew that…. Then there have to be some good, arts-involved communities elsewhere, too. There’s always Europe…

  3. Dog Mom Says:

    And how could I forget TORONTO!!! I hear that’s pretty good!

  4. Amanda Says:

    lets move to Seattle… or somewhere equally exciting

  5. danielle Says:


    I found your website through the wonders of Google and am delighted your director gave you a copy of my book, Don’t Chew Jesus! It sounds as if it was helpful in your preparation for the role of Sr. Mary. I’m sure you did a wonderful job and the audiences were thrilled.

    Thanks for the kind words about the book. We’re still trying to get the word out but it’s a tough job. Your mention helps quite a bit.

    Best to you,

    Danielle Schaaf
    Don’t Chew Jesus! A Collection of Memorable Nun Stories

  6. Dog Momster Says:

    Hey! I have nominated YOU for a blog award!

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