Busy, awesome few days! Yesterday, my collaborator and I filmed (and posted) the first webisode for the video blog that will be following us through the process of writing a (tiny) musical about a hyper-local subject. If you ever had a hankering to see what I actually look and sound like – here’s your chance.
Had a great check up with my awesome new doctor this morning. (All systems are in good working order.) Got a prescrip for Chantix. Gotta get off those smokes. I’m going to wait until after Winter Carnival though. I’m playing in a concert. In fact I’m playing clarinet on one piece, piano on a different one, and also, an awesome young pianist and I are playing a four-handed piano duet for a third piece. Although I don’t know if you could qualify the sounds I make on a clarinet as actual “playing.” Ha! Lots to be clear-headed for though. Suffice it to say, I’ll wait until after the Baroque Concert to jump headlong into the murky waters of Chantix side effects.
And I spent two hours in the research room at the Saranac Lake Library. Had a bit of time between the doctor and the library, so I’d thought I grab a few shots. A quiet Friday morning in Saranac Lake …
My final destination – our charming little Library. Amazing how they are able to pack so much into that building! There’s a huge town history archive and a wildlife museum in there … besides the main floor circulating section!