We are off on our tour

It didn’t seem possible that eveything would fit into vans. We had it all piled up on the driveway. Suitcases, costumes, snacks, equipment. Marty and I started in with the biggest suitcases, and then the equipment, even the 6 foot screen. Then all the costumes and everything else. We got it all in and by 10:30, we were off

At about 1:30, we stop for lunch at a Denny’s. Our waitress Veronica is a single mom, getting a masters degree in child psychology. We tell her about the play and she loves the idea.

At 6:00, we cross into Sacramento count.y We are all pretty tired. I am rereading Gail Collins book When Everything Changed. Here we are in 2011 still trying to have it all. I feel like I’m in a time warp.

We arrive at the Marriott and walk in the door and there are Anne and Ginni who flew. They had checked us in. Our three rooms were gorgeous. Dinner at the Garage and then to bed for our first big day tomorrow.

About tiberall

Thea Iberall is a multi-talented writer. She studied playwriting at the Moving Arts Theatre and the Academy of New Musical Theatre. Plays include: We Did It For You! Women's Journey Through History, At Seven (Toledo Rep), Primed for Love (Eclectic Company Theatre) and Amacry! The Neuronic Musical (Out Theatre). She has a Master's Degree in Writing (USC). Her novel The Swallow and the Nightingale (Strong Voices) is a fable about a 4,000 year old secret brought through time by the birds. Her collection of contextual poems The Sanctuary of Artemis (Tebot Bach) integrates science and history with the language of poetry. She also has a Ph.D. in Computational Neuroscience (UMass) and is the author of 3 scientific texts.
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