Hey, happy birthday to me!
I have class later and some reading to finish (ahem), but it is still my birthday. In our family, this means birthday cake for breakfast. My mom brought some over last night to make sure I'd have some at breakfast time.
I am a dauntingly ancient old lady of 44, now. Whoo hoo! Off to make coffee and do things I like to do (besides write, that is): read neuroscience, enjoy what looks to be amazing weather, and putter around. My kids are amazing. My friends are amazing. My family is amazing. I am grateful for all of you beyond all telling.
MK and M and I spent the last few days hammering out the details for fall Shakespeare, and it's now up here, which is locked but trust me, it's pretty cool. Here's my bio from it:
Liz A****s, Asst. Director/Coach for Loudness and Arm-Waving/Wild Ideas Generator Liz brings eight years of professional acting experience, multiple intensive Shakespeare seminars at university level, love of language generally (down to the molecular level) and Shakespeare in particular. She has been working in theater as an actor/singer/dancer, director, designer, or crew member since she was ten years old. Liz is currently finishing her degree in neuroscience at Harvard Extension and promises not to talk about oligodendrocytes unless asked.
It's going to be fun. Have a good day, all! And have some cake, too!