OYSTERHOOD is reclusiveness or solitude, or an overwhelming desire to stay at home.
The show must go on! It’s time for theatre again as the Baxter reopens its doors – with care (small, physically distanced, audiences) – to theatre lovers. I can’t wait! And when one is gallivanting with an outlaw, a mask is a must, so it should all feel ‘in character’, as they say.
I am going to the theatre! It sounds unbelievable, and yet it is true. That’s the magic of it all.
Today, after some admin and an early manuscript meeting on a beach (almost), I spent the day catsitting one of my love’s cats who had spent a few days at the vet’s and needed some furry love after the ordeal. While she made herself at home again, I continued with my work until it was time for dinner (I cooked fish for her and for my love – not sure who liked it more).
Then home to my own Furry Ones (with fish leftovers, of course!) and a Skype call with Mom and Krystian and some more admin, and now, I am falling over and heading in the direction of Morpheus’s arms.
Be kind. Wear a mask. Support local.
“Physical distancing remains one of the key strategies to curb this pandemic.”