WORDS OF WISDOM:
I learned that who doesn’t look for you, doesn’t miss you and who doesn’t miss you, doesn’t care for you… that destiny determines who enters your life but you decide who stays… that the truth hurts only once and a lie every time you remember it. There are three things in life that leave and never return: words, time and opportunities… therefore, value whoever values you and don’t treat as a priority whoever treats you as an option.
Peace & Blessings,
Our Journey to Balance
Nathaniel Hackmann - Bring Him Home
July 24, 2014; Broadway
Ughhh the amazing
That massive bottle of Baileys that I bought on vacation is the single best purchase I’ve ever made in my life.
You love both of our faces ;)
#tbt Hugh’s last day at #thephantomoftheopera when he was signing my Susan Kay book! #HughPanaro #broadway (at Majestic Theater - Phantom of the Opera)
So if today at work was any indication, the whole thinking I was getting fired thing isn’t actually a thing. It may be too soon to tell for sure, but all of my managers didn’t seem too overly pissed at me today. In fact, all of them welcomed me back. So I think I’m good.
This is my line, this is eternal
How did I ever end up here?
My prayers to disappear
Absent of grace, marked as infernal
Ungranted in dead time left me disowned
To this nature, so unnatural
I remain alone
Eurydice Meets Hermes - Hugh Panaro & Louise Cloutier
This is from a jazz opera which retells the Orpheus/Eurydice myth in the Depression-era Deep South. It’s a strange piece, full of railroad imagery. I’ve never heard the full work, but some of the other tracks such as Eurydice’s funeral and journey across the rivers of the Underworld are terribly eerie.
This is the oldest studio recording I’ve come across of Hugh (as Hermes)…from 1988/9. I stumbled across this on CD a few years ago by accident (his name was spelled wrong on the insert) and was pretty surprised when I played it.