Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Naomi's Day!

Today Naomi is a whopping eight years old!


Here she is at her birthday party.  We had it last Saturday at "Boomers" (on the weekend just so we could be sure kids would show up, unfortunately that's an issue here in California.)


As you can see Naomi had a great turnout though!


A mediocre picture of me chatting with some of the moms.


Present time!


It was an epic party, they rode rides, played arcade games, and (attempted) mini golf till dusk! 


I wrote another article for The Examiner recently called "Creative Education in The Spanish Village"
If you do read it let me just say now, yes, I wrote an article interviewing my own daughter about her summer camp, but hey, it was a really great summer camp!

I've also begun work on sets for Looking Glass Theatre's production of "Nunsense". These are my sketches so far...



A rough  drawing of the stage. (This has already been changed by the director.)





A drawing of the juke box. (I thought we'd have to build one, but it looks like we might rent it -Phew!)


...And this "Grease" sign is what I'm building/painting this week.  I know what you're thinking-Didn't you say you were doing a play called "Nunsense"??  Yes, but it uses the sets for Grease- it's in the script! To learn more you'll just have to come see it!!

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