Sunday, April 8

The Wheat is Sweet

On Saturday Lisa was making pies for Sunday (Easter) and she decided to make some wheat bread as well while she was at it. It is a magnificent bread. Slightly sweet with a nice firm crust and a wonderfully soft crumb. Combined with a little turkey is makes for an excellent sandwich. (I've been having them for breakfast)

In other news on Saturday we went out with some friends to see Taproot's current play, "Mary's Wedding". I went in with pretty low expectations I have to admit. I was thinking it would be more of a sappy romance that didn't really apply to me and I wasn't overly eager to see it. Well, I am very happy to report that it is quite an amazing play and it is done in a superb fashion. If you're in the Seattle area I would encourage you to see it before it ends here at Taproot. (I honestly think the title does some harm to the play, I don't know what else I would call it, but the play is very different from what the title makes it out to be.)

~B.

1 comment:

  1. Interestingly, the Seattle PI review of Mary's Wedding said that the characters weren't dramatic enough!
    Maybe that's why I liked it-- I dislike heavy drama and unrealistically emotional characters. The characters seemed more lifelike to me in this play. I was surprised, too, that the review said that the war scenes were de-emphasized, because I thought that they were incredibly vivid.
    There, I've done my two-bits to promote the play :)

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