|05:23 pm - He levels his cannon his victory to claim, and he slew my light horseman on his way going hame.|
When we were in Lousiville, we saw Pride and Prejudice at Actors Theatre. We all enjoyed it very much. They did a lot of voice-over narration, but they did catch the high points. Charlotte was a little under-developed, but Lydia was brilliantly drawn - a more flighty, shallow, self-deluded girl you'd never seen. Mom was so impressed, she's even considering reading the book. (Might have by now) I do so love my regency romances.
I started praying again. I didn't make a decision to start praying, I just started. I think it started when I got the mail on the way to services for Yom Kippur. A brochure for the next Daily Dose showed up in the mail and I read it while waiting for Kol Nidre to start. Well, I didn't read it. I did open it. And then Yom Kippur was a relatively good experience and then I went into town to get my new calendar and I bought a prayer book called Tefilat Chana. It was commissioned by parents who had lost their 6 month old baby, Channa.
Now I should go home. It's later than I wanted.
Current Mood: contemplative
Current Music: Kate Rusby "Broken Hearted, I will Wander"