We went to our golf lessons at 9:00 am with Tim Johnson at El Dorado Golf Course:
Afterward we did 18 holes with Bunnaford and Marty. We then had a little 19th hole meeting with Ernie and John before heading for home only to go out again to see “Becky Shaw” at the South Coast Repertory Mainstage. Like the Victorian upstart Becky Sharp, this modern Becky is unsure, overdressed and socially ambitious. But watch out. She’s no shrinking violet, as the silkily cynical Max soon learns. From their first blind date, which includes an unscheduled visit to the police station, these 30-somethings, along with the newlyweds who set them up, surprise us—and themselves—in a comedy thriller The New York Times called “as engrossing as it is ferociously funny, like a big box of fireworks fizzing and crackling across the stage!”
In the theater the phone message vibrates si we ignore it but upon returning home, we find it was Kristen (a person we worked with years ago). We called her and talked for quite a while. We now have a plan to meet the next time she comes through LA. Great fine!