Monday, September 25, 2006

When in Doubt, Go for the Gusto


St Johns Reading
Originally uploaded by cmflet.
One thing I learned from teaching: never let a little personal dignity get in the way of enthusiasm. I have no idea what I'm talking about here, but I'm pretty sure the audience is laughing. (I mean...how could they not be?)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris!

Liz and I are so glad you had a good time. You had nothing to be nervous about--you did wonderfully, and I think this picture might be from where you talked about getting flung by a horse.

Hey, did your photographer friend happen to get any pictures that gave a glimpse of the audience? We'd love to send a little letter to Bloomsbury.

Nena

Walter Rowntree said...

I LIKE this picture of you. So enthusiatic! With this much enthusiasm the 'getting flung by a horse' story must be pretty good, so please pass it along to all of us who were unlucky enough not to attend the recent reading.

Christine Fletcher said...

Hi, Nena! Yes, I do have a couple of audience photos. (I wasn't expecting a photographer--I'm very glad Doug happened to have his camera and offered to take pictures!) I'll call you this week-
Chris