Reflections of Spring
I have three pieces that I am entering in the upcoming RRCA exhibit - Levoy Theatre Collaboration: Historical photos and artifacts from the original Levoy Theatre, along with art based on theater and performance.
Tomorrow, Liz is having her daughter, son-in-law and grand-kids over for Easter dinner and an egg hunt in our back yard. I spent today mowing the lawn and cleaning up doggie land-mines.
It was the first time I had the lawn mower fired up this year. The first time of the year is always a bitch – but she eventually started. Of course, I had given the starter cord about twenty yanks before I wised up and gave the mover a once over. Turns out the spark plug wire had come loose. They start easier when the wire is actually making contact with the plug.
I was happy to see my monthly birthday cigars arrive in the mail. This month was a selection of E.P. Carrillo Nicaraguan cigars. I lit the 2012 Short Run, a wonderful cigar with an Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper and a blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican long fillers. A creamy, mild cigar with hints of coffee and and nuts, with sweet overtones.
With all of the chores out of the way, I am now ready to kick back, relax and watch The Ten Commandments – our Easter eve tradition.