We have a snow day today, that rare event in the South. I wouldn’t be surprised if we have another tomorrow since we had more sleet than snow. It wasn’t the best snow event. The models had originally forecasted us to have at least 5 inches of snow, but as the event unfolded the dreaded warm nose infiltrated, and we ended up with sleet and maybe 1/2 inch to 1 inch of snow on Saturday. At least it is pretty. We had something similar happen last year and we ended up with freezing rain and power outages, so this is a definite improvement even though it isn’t fun to play in. We love snow, so we hope this isn’t our only winter weather event of the season. I know, I know. If we love snow that much, we should move to a more receptive climate.
Today I also posted the audition information for our 5th and final Listen to Your Mother:Raleigh-Durham show. It is bittersweet. I know we will have another wonderful show, and we will meet amazing people sharing their stories, but it makes me sad it is our final show under this name. I do like the symmetry of our last year being our 5th year, though.
So I implore you, if there is a show near you, please consider submitting or auditioning. It is a magical experience, and I have been honored to be part of it. You can find a list of participating cities and submission/audition info here.