Well moused, lion.

I feel well loved. My (fabulous) little summer theatre job ended yesterday, and I am quite content with the results. It is always an embarrassing run technically, however the kids are amazing. This year I positively adored all of them. It was a unique group, and I hope a good number of them will come back next year.


The Sneak was home for the weekend. We really were not home and awake at the same time for more than about an hour, but I did have time to take this picture. In which neither of us could keep a straight ugly face.


Hilarious, no? I have noooo idea what The Sneak is looking at.

Just to prove my complete lack of anything intelligent, intellectual, comical, surprising, or in any way shape or form interesting to say, this was the high point of my afternoon:


I am not kidding. I have been looking for this exact product for more than a year. Read that again. Is that not ridiculous? Don’t try to tell me that they are all the same. They are not. The Goody pins have a longer tip with a smaller angle, and they don’t hold my hair as well, etc… I bought two cards because it will probably be five thousand years before I stumble across them again.

Oh, and one other interesting thing…

When I wrote thank you notes to my cast, I gave them my Mouse Nest e-mail address. This is because it is the only one that does not reveal my birth certificate name. It is very important to me that they know me as Mouse (which is my real name as far as I am concerned, as people have called me that since the age of one-and-a-half) and that the other name remains confidential.

The reason why that is interesting…is that I wonder how many of them will get curious about mousesnest.com? It is a mystery. (Hey, and if any of you are reading this, leave me a comment!)

I am not editing this entry, so the writing is awful. Tough cookies.

Also, I have to get out of Amanda’s work now. And I have to stop drinking coffeecoffeecoffee. As her work is in a coffeeshop…yes.

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