Sometimes I don’t feel like I’m doing enough as an artist.

Okay, so I am aware that I can oft be a wee hard on myself.  Because of that, I figured I’d sit down and list out what really is going on.  You know, to find out if I really have something to worry about here or if I’m fine.  Sheesh.

I’m in the middle of booking a performance of The Good, the Bad, and the Monkey in Louisville, KY for a yet-to-be-determined August date.

I’m applying to the New Orleans Fringe Festival.

I’m in rehearsals for What if They Held a Peace Rally and Nobody Came? (the show I’m directing as part of Joe Janes’ 365 Sketches Project).

I’m trying to keep my apartment habitable (read:  cool) with a series of skilled fan positions and ice cube placements.

I’m in rehearsals for Polka-Dots and Moonbeams, another show in the 365 Sketches Project.  Jen Ellison is directing this one.

I’m getting my apartment all ready for a delightful out-of-town guest this weekend.  My niece is coming!  Yay!

I’m in rehearsals for a sketch show directed by Cholley Kuhaneck as part of her final project for the directing program at Second City.  We preview this Friday at 7:30 in the De Maat Theatre.

I’m directing the delightful improvisers in FrankenReagan every week, and am so proud of the work they’ve been doing.

I’m watching my bean plants, kale, and cute little flowers growing in my window boxes!

And I’m procrastinating a little bit.  Instead of folding laundry or cleaning off my kitchen table, I’m composing a blog about what I’ve got going on…  Probably to make myself feel better about not cleaning off the table.

Wow.  I’m so transparent.  I can see right through me.  But I do feel a little better about what I’m accomplishing.  So that’s something.  Now to post this, so that I can clean….