Laura and I visited Chez Machin Friday night and used a Groupon she had. Since getting married and bringing Levi into this world, my time to “go out” has been very limited. Laura, like me, likes food. That is, we both enjoy the delicate subtleties paring different food brings. She even blogs about her food experiences in Kitchen Kat. I enjoy the environment, the tables, the art, how it all comes together with the staff and the presented food. I enjoy going out as much for the delightful treats to be consumed as for the whole experience. So, thank you Laura, I had enjoyed it all.
All the world’s a stage. This keeps coming up for me. When I read as a lecture during Catholic mass, but especially when I help put on an event. Each space has its directors, its producers, its actors who all play a pivotal role. Each space has its problems and everyone has to pivot. And, the thought has occurred to me – everyone should, yes, I daresay should, take some acting classes in their formative years so they can truly learn the ins and outs of “all the world’s a stage.”