Long-time SUUSI participant Mina shares her typical SUUSI day.
I’ve been going to SUUSI for 25 years now. I can’t say my SUUSI days have ever been “typical”, but they have morphed so much since I was 18.
Currently, I try to sleep as late possible, but have to wake up 1 or 2 mornings to teach a workshop. This year, it’s a slacklining clinic and a NotMom meetup. I’ve had a table at the Artisan’s Bazaar for the past 6 years or so, so I work a few shifts there as part of the co-op agreement.
One of the most joyful things I do at SUUSI is sing/perform. I end up rehearsing with my musical cohorts throughout the week and we usually perform at Cabaret Thursday night. This year I’m bringing my new accordion!
I am definitely a “late nighter” at SUUSI. My friends at I head out to Serendipity sometimes as late as 11 or 12, close the place down, and then head to BBQuusi if it’s happening.
SUUSI is not a restful week for me. But I wouldn’t have it any other way!