I got no words this Wednesday because I spent all of Tuesday night working on some words to share Saturday. Which is really because I got all puffed up/jacked up on the idea of broadcasting my Voice last January, which is when it seemed like a really good idea to sign up for this:
Now, from the vantage point of February, that’s not seeming like such a great idea. Especially because the piece I want to audition with is about twice as long to read as the time limit. Which I didn’t realize until tonight because: procrastination (foil of perfectionists and those who are scared crapless).
I’ll let you know how it goes. I might be scared (and unprepared), but I’m not chicken.
13 thoughts on “No words Wednesday”
Oh, you can TOTALLY do this, Rita!
I had never before heard of “listen to your mother” but oh my, I wish we had something like that here! (Not that I would be brave enough to speak, but it sounds like something I’d love to attend). Best of luck with the audition on Saturday!
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I have not been to a show, but I’ve enjoyed watching video clips. You can find some of those on their site. Or search YouTube. Thank you for the good wishes!
I have faith in you.
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Then I am good to go. 🙂
Good Luck! I am soon getting tickets for this. Why have I not known about tit before this point? I hope i get to see you up on stage –
I hope you do, too! But if not, maybe we can go together?
You will rock this! good luck!!!!
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Oh, how exciting! Good luck and keep us posted!
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What a good reason to have no words! Can’t wait to hear about it!
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OH my gosh. You ARE brave. How did this go?? It sounds utterly terrifying and soooooo outside the box that it is fabulous. It makes my knees knock just to think of speaking to a crowd. Don’t you just love when you blithely sign yourself up for something months in advance thinking “oh, awesome!” and then when it creeps up on you then the story changes to “Holy CRAP, what was I thinking??” Courageous woman. 🙂
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Didn’t respond earlier because we were asked to keep it off social media, but: I made it! It is both terrifying and fabulous. You nailed it. 🙂
You know where I stand, BREAK A LEG! How I would love to hear your lovely voice coming out of you, Rita. xo
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