Some of you think you are woefully under-prepared. Some of you think you’ve got it in the bag. Some of you might be right, but I can’t say which.
I have the right to think I am woefully under-prepared for my Free Fringe Show (Group “Therapy” with Ann) AND that I’ve got it in the bag, all in the space of one day.
I have the right to be thinking about rights, here and now, since in yesterday’s two Coping and Healing groups we took turns choosing from The Bowl of Rights:
I have the right to appreciate all the personal rights that were chosen in yesterday’s group, including the two pictured above. I don’t know if it’s right to use The Bowl of Rights in my Edinburgh Fringe show, but if I do, it’s only right that I use a better bowl.
I have the right to share my other photos from yesterday.
I had the right yesterday to dub the white board in the group room “B.O.I”. — which stands for Board Of Importance. I’m not going to have a Board of Importance in Edinburgh to list the important themes that get shared during my show, which may or may not contribute to whether my show will fail or succeed.
I have the right to share these other important words from that Free Fringe email:
We all get different things out of the fringe, but if you’re looking to get rich or famous you will be disappointed. The best way to approach it is as an experience. If you treat your co-performers and your venue with respect, you will have it returned, and consequently enjoy that experience more.
I have the right to all my feelings (including excitement, disappointment, fear, hope, and joy) and so do you.
Coincidentally, Michael and I danced to this righteous Beastie Boys song last night:
You have the right to express your thoughts and feelings in a comment, below.
I have the right to express my gratitude for all who help me create these daily posts and — of course! — for YOU.