It's Sunday night and I'm sitting in a hotel room trying to write a blog post to schedule for tomorrow morning, since I will be otherwise engaged all day tomorrow in helping to select Georgia's State STAR Student, a process I've chaired for nearly 30 years now.
Since I don't have time to write anything actually good, let's just do a brain dump of Tasks currently being Avoided.
In no particular order:
- visualizing William Blake's Inn for no real reason
- finishing the book design for W. Jeff Bishop's Agatahi
- exporting William Blake's Inn's scores into .aiff format for the Moscow Charter School in Idaho
- analyzing Peter & the Starcatcher for sets/costumes/props/lighting
- sketching ideas for a piece of music to accompany the Southern Arc Dance Company's "Red Dress"
- really really truly getting to work on the book in order to publish it by September
- planning and executing several small tasks in the labyrinth
- reading all the back issues of Dramatist and American Theatre that are piling up around my chair in the living room
- creating some smallish projects for Backstreet Arts
- maybe looking at Seven Dreams of Falling again
- maybe using Scrivener to examine the text of de Maupassant's "Simon's Dad" as the basis for a musical
- or even going back and finishing A Day in the Moonlight
So many options, so much TASK AVOIDANCE.
Enjoy your day.