Yesterday morning, after breakfast with Mom and Eileen, I had them drop me off at home. Then I did a rough draft of the program for Sunday’s recital and sent it off to my proofreader.
It turns out I was the only composer to set the assigned text for yesterday’s meeting. And apparently the only one besides my friend, Nick, who hosts and organizes the thing to reserve the date. Jupe the anachronism persists.
Eileen rode over with me and I had a nice chat with Nick. We reviewed some of his commissioned Xmas stuff, a Gloria from one of the absent composers and my little composition I did this week. Afterwards Eileen and I had a lovely buy valium australia meal at the refurbished Bombay Cuisine. I pointed out to Eileen the datedness of the name of the restaurant (It’s Mumbai, now, right?). But the food is good there.
We arrived back in Holland by 4 and I trundled off to church to practice harpsichord and organ. A very full day.
Today promises to be full as well. I want to do a final copy of the program, grocery shop, do bills (both Eileen’s and mine and Mom’s), make bread, practice, treadmill (didn’t get to this yesterday), play a 4:30 PM gig and email my composition to all the composer people who couldn’t make the meeting yesterday. This last task was one Nick requested.