Good morning, Good evening, Good night. No matter what the time is at the time of you reading this, I hope you’re having an absolutely wonderful day.
The good news is, the exam is almost out of the way… bad news is, I KIND OF know my lines. The weird thing with ‘Curious Incident’ is that, in one scene the focus could go from a conversation between Christopher and his teacher, back to a conversation between Christopher and his father in seconds. Because of this, it’s easy to forget which of the two conversations I’m supposed to be reading from? — Sometimes I end up talking about the ‘problem’ in the hospital, before even revealing that Christopher’s mother has even had to go to hospital.
Anyways, that’s just a little bit of rambling from me. For those of you in similar situations, I hope everything is going well for you; and through every ounce of stress or painful hard-work, you remember that it’ll all be over soon. Unto the bigger, brighter things! Thank you so much for reading and best of luck to all of you 🙂 x
You can read more about my ‘Curious Incident’ performance work here.
A positive note to end on.
The good news is, it’s Easter this week! If you’re in the U.K. this means you get a lovely couple weeks off. If you’re like my more annoying friends, you’ll already be on Easter Break, but all the same, if you’re working, spending time with family and friends or enjoying more religious-festivities, I do hope you have an amazing time. You deserve it. Thank you for reading, once again.