(Originally posted on August 19, 2010) The 2010 Marlboro season has ended. This morning, for the first time in 8+ weeks, I woke up in a room that was not Random North 7. I’m no longer in Marlboro— and I don’t even want to think what that means to me. I know, I’ll just have… Read More The 2010 Marlboro Season
(Originally posted on June 29, 2010) What season, you ask? It’s the festival season. I’m here in southern Vermont, working for the Marlboro Music Festival as a music librarian. This is my 12th summer working for the festival, and my 7th summer as a full-season staffer. Even while I was in Japan studying Bach, I… Read More The first day-off of the season
(Originally posted on June 9, 2010) It has been 40 days since I broke my left wrist. My plaster cast is near completion of its purpose. Am I looking forward to going out of the cast? Absolutely. But the crazy part is that I think I may miss it a little bit. I broke my… Read More So I broke my wrist
(Originally posted in March, 2010) This week has been IU’s spring break week. I’ve been taking advantage of this unusually mild weather lately and have gone fishing a few times already this week. I don’t remember going fishing during the spring break in the past, so I suppose we are lucky this year to have… Read More Spring has come— fishing season is here!
(Originally posted in February, 2010) My mobile phone’s area code is 215, and that’s a Philadelphia area code. When I switched my mobile carrier from Verizon to AT&T, I was already an Indiana resident, and I was afraid they would force me to give it up. But I found a way to retain my good… Read More Philadelphia
(Originally posted in January 2010) Sometimes this happens to be the first question I ask upon meeting someone new. I ask this to a stranger hoping that I don’t have to engage in a small talk which I’m utterly bad at. And I ask myself: what are the odds they say no to that question…? … Read More Do you like Bach?
(Originally posted on my facebook page in 2009) 1. I was born with hypopituitarism (pituitary dwarfism), and used to self-inject HGH (human growth hormone) into my thighs everyday growing up. 2. Because of my hormone situation, I was still a soprano when I was 20 years old. I never really experienced adolescence in the way… Read More 25 random things about me (2nd version)