Ladies and Gentlemen!
I am so sorry to have been so delinquent in my correspondence! I have been so busy tweaking the MUSHROOMHEAD show!
As you know, we did it for five performances in New Orleans. By the fifth show, I called the show "frozen," Miss Birdseye. But, maybe everybody in New Orleans was drunk when they saw it! I'm kidding! My peeps down there just speak my language, and I love'em for it! The northerners have a different palette, so to speak, so a few changes were in order! And, because I have OCD, I worked for two weeks straight to get it perfect. And now it is! I am so dedicated to my "craft," and to "Kraft."
Mrs. Danvers has actually started enjoying the beach! You may recall, she was deathly afraid of water. I don't know why? Maybe because when she was two months old I put her in the Provincetown Bay thinking she would take to it like a fish to water. Instead, she thought I was drowning her, and has been wary of any moving water, and me, since.
I was watching "The Valley of the Dolls" last year, and when Ann and Lyon are walking on the beach, complete with the sounds of waves crashing and seagulls, Mrs. Danvers began to "freak out" as we say in psychology. When I drove her in a car to Lake Tahoe, she "freaked out" the moment she saw the lake. Ann-Marget does the same, I hear. But Ann-Margret and I both have Clonzepam prescriptions.
So, when I got a frisbee, which she became obsessed with, (Mrs. Danvers, not Ann-Margret) and when it landed in the water, I was shocked to see her go in after it. Then she started going in for no apparent reason, besides to get away from me.
So now that the show is fixed, I will try to regain your trust and readership. I am happy that Mrs. Danvers has also begun to relax and make friends, as well.
I don't know where she learned that, I swear!Don't worry about me, VJ