- March Madness spilling over into April
- General Conference (awesome, I thought--even more so than usual)
- Attending a taping of The Daily Show
- Seeing La Boheme at the Met
- Work (boo!)
- Visiting an Evangelical church in Harlem (a great experience)
- Reading! (Mainly reacquainting myself with "The Chronicles of Prydain" in preparation for one of Rosemary's literary salons)
- Meeting my neighbors
- Trying to wrap my head around what I heard one 50-something man in a suit say to another 50-something man in a suit while I walked behind them across the Columbia campus: "They just switched the baseball field over to an artificial surface. It's completely...completely...artificial. It has a grass-type look to it." One of the two is clearly a moron, but I don't know which one.
- And, of course, preparing for my Apollo performance, which is this Wednesday! I can't believe it's here. I auditioned over four months ago, and it seemed like it would never actually happen. Once it's past, I'll hopefully become a more regular blogger again.
For most of the stuff on the above list, I was with one or more of the awesome people in my ward. I seriously love these people, and they like me too: about 60 of them are coming to watch me perform! I still can't believe it. I'm stunned, in a very good way. Now I'm nervous about my material, because I don't want any of my friends to have to pretend I was good if I wasn't (they're way too nice to tell me if I'm bad). So I hope I'm funny, for my sake and theirs.
Wish me luck!