Ascent

(Why am I naming days?)

2/7/14, Day 13,792: The Unlikely Ascent of Sybil Stevens

This day is so named for the production of Kari Bentley-Quinn’s play, featuring the fine work of many friends and running for the next two weeks. I think what I connected with most is that for a play about rapid ascents and descents, it’s central character is compellingly grounded in who she is, and while she is knocked off her balance by the turbulence of events, she never loses her feet. It is difficult to write about goodness, especially when that goodness isn’t the flashy variety, but the goodness that comes from reading the compass of your heart clearly and acting decently to others, day after day. Sybil Stevens is a hero, but not for the reasons that the media in the play promote. Congratulations and thank you to the cast and creative team for an enjoyable night at the theatre!

Technique never stands still: it only advances or retreats…

Writing: 36 out of 41 days (The Sea Concerto)
Spanish: 37 out of 41 days

What small things did I do yesterday to help build the Honeycomb?
(And what does it mean to “Help build the honeycomb?)

  • Attended and tried to rally more audience for The Unlikely Ascent of Sybil Stevens
  • Asked the  Pacific Fishery Management Council to permanently restrict the use of mile-long drift gillnets
  • Worked on a Flux grant that could have a positive effect for Indie theatre community
  • Signed this petition to the Obama administration to put the money currently used to fund student loans directly towards paying for public college tuition for all
  • Shopped organic, and then cooked meals (mostly organic, vegan, some local)
  • Signed this petition to put the prosecution of sexual assault cases in the military in the hands of outside prosecutors, not military commanders
  • Added new quotes to the Hyperlink Bible
  • Asked the Department of Transportation to enact strong safety laws on the train transport of oil

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