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Another busy morning ...

May 15, 2008 - Summer Wallace-Minger
I am trying to update my own Web site for the Pennsylvania Focus, but it is made difficult by the fact that the program is not working correctly. This is very frustrating to me, as updating the Web site isn't for the faint of heart in the first place, and when the software doesn't work, it makes me want to throw things.

I imagine my Stylebook going sailing through the newsroom, and I wonder how far I can heave it and whether or not it's aerodynamic.

I also have to go to Washington today to attend a Washington County Commissioners meeting, go to Burgettstown Elementry Center, pick up my sister for the doctor, pick up my children from school, take my son to his baseball game, go back to work for another meeting and try to squeeze grocery shopping and housework in there somewhere.

I've got a new "scrubbing bubbles" sponge I'm dying to try out. I hope it works as well as the Mr. Clean magic eraser. That thing is awesome; I love it so much. It cleans everything, even grease. However, maybe it won't be as good as Kaboom! on tile. Yeah, that's my life -- squeeing over cleaning products. I am such a loser.

Anyway ... that's fifteen.

 
 

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This is Anwen Darcy and Paul Todaro in Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre's "An Ideal Husband." I reviewed it today's Weekender (lots of great stuff in there today, so pick up a copy of the Herald-Star or Daily Times), and in short: It was very good. I especially enjoyed the banter between Darcy's and Todaro's characters, and both actors are exceptional. If you've not been to a play, this is a good first time, especially if you like comedy. If you're a veteran theater-goer, especially one who enjoys Oscar Wilde, you don't want to miss it. Go. What are you still doing reading this blog? Go get some tickets, and tell the P.I.C.T. crew I said "hi." Call (412) 561-6000 for information and tickets.