It’s a glorious, brisk Easter day and I feel bouyant and blessed. Everyone seems so happy in the sunshine. Lori, my elfish dresser, brought me roses and I taught her the proper way to cut rose stems: under water at a slant. When you cut rose stems they immediately inhale whatever is surrounding. If they are in the air, they inhale air and don’t live as long. If they are under water they inhale water and they remain fresh longer. Think of me when you try this. And don’t forget that roses drink water faster than most other flowers so you have to refill vases more frequently.
I’m taking fellow cast members Don Amendolia and Susan Kellerman to dinner and then we’ll go see “Sunshine Cleaning.” I’ll have to wait to see “Class” cause Susan has already seen it. The restaurant we’re going to, Shun Lee West, serves pigs knuckles which I will try for the first time. In the play, Susan (who play the german archivist, Gertie) wants me to try pig knuckles so tonight’s the night!! Stay tuned.
See you next time.