Alison and I had different ideas about what time to depart for the play. We negotiated for a while with Alison getting to the park earlier which was a smart move. Alison had also told me that she would bring a chair for me plus blankets. It was a cool chair too with an adjustable pillow -- something like this one. I am so glad that she had an extra one because the one that I own is ancient.
Even with the somewhat comfortable outdoor chair, as Alison pointed out, we should have been executing yoga moves. As we exited the park, this 65-year-old said that he would bring a chair next time. I'm too old for criss cross applesauce he said. A chair might have been more comfortable than the ground but lots of stretching is still needed.
The director made the play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, funny and I'm glad that I went but that was pretty much a five hour affair -- 2.5 for the play plus waiting and travel. I enjoyed myself so, in the end, that counts. Also, we went on the perfect night. It rained about two hours before the play and while some mugginess held on, it eventually dissipated. In addition, today is the last day for the play...
|Way more people present than in the frame.|
|Who let the dog out?|