Re: lakeside mansions: Dietre A. & Hugh C.
"Let's let them play then," Hugh laughed. "I've had dog in my face while I'm doing yoga and as you have already guessed, it's not the most relaxing." He nodded his head for Dietre to follow him towards the downstairs. "There's a bedroom down there you can use," he explained as he flipped the light switch and headed down towards the basement. Pointing out the room for Dietre and where they'd be when he was finished and then Hugh left him alone to change, while he went on in to where the mats were laid out and the sun - beginning to hint at maybe spring - had started to warm the room.
"You know, I never asked," he said as Dietre joined him in the room. "Did you have the piano audition at the restaurant? Did it go well?" Hugh genuinely hoped it had. His remembrance from the play the previous summer was that Dietre had been really good, but Hugh didn't know music that well. It wasn't his area of expertise, especially the sort that was played in restaurants and the like. And he hoped that Dietre not mentioning it, didn't mean that it had gone poorly at all.