|after our final performance at Doane College|
|after a performance in McCook|
|sound check/my view from the piano|
|a ridiculous journey to a truck stop breakfast place in Percival, Iowa|
|best part of having my own hotel room - temperature control!|
|real, front-page headline in Nebraska|
|getting ready with Kayla|
|after driving 5 hours to McCook we went on a refreshing walk before the evening rehearsal|
|the set was meant to look like an attic|
|it was fun to see our show advertised in the towns we visited|
|Kayla, Tom, Jim, Camille, Max, Me|
Jeff (mic/sound), Erin (Lied liason), Alex (stage manager), and Patrick (projections/backstage)
hotel breakfast; pre-performance picture
It started snowing in McCook!
(I'm kicking myself for not getting a picture, but we had some downtime one afternoon in McCook and I was able to go see my friend Tasha who lives there now. They were in our ward in Lincoln for a few years and it was fun to get together again!)
Little thank you notes and commemorative ornaments for the cast and crew - everyone was just so delightful to work with and it meant a lot to be surrounded by such talent and professionalism!
|a panel that we did at a high school in Crete|
After our final performance we went to a local bar and enjoyed our last evening, laughing and relaxing. It was a perfect ending to our time together.
The babysitter I had originally lined up fell through just days before this trip, so I had to scramble to make everything work out while I was gone. Family and friends totally came to the rescue, and I was so grateful! Austin had to pick Stockton up from preschool on the first day that I was gone because Stockton kept saying "my heart hurts, my mom isn't home"......how's that for precious and painful!? My heart hurts, I mean come on. Austin brought home the cash register toy that Stockton had had his eye on for a while, and then he was fine for the rest of the week.
McDonald's with Mimi!