Monday, August 16, 2010

I've decided to approach blogging in a different way.
The new blog is not blocked, so you don't have to do anything to read it.

You can find it here:

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Hidden Cove Karaoke

What was supposed to be a day at the beach was cancelled due to sporadic rain.
But Andi, Z, Dan, Ilana and I still went to Hidden Cove for karaoke later.

There was an unusually large and obnoxious crowd, so it took forever to get to sing.
I didn't go until right as we were leaving.
I still had fun though, people kept stopping me to tell me they liked my shoes.
That's really all it takes for me to have fun.
That and whiskey.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Last night = Tired today

I did get to leave work early for a doctor's appointment though.
Then I napped for the rest of the day.
That's a win, folks.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Work Meeting

My company had it's first ever entire office meeting today.
Because there are so many people here we had to walk to an auditorium about 5 or 6 blocks away to have it.

It also ran over, leaving me very little time to rush home and eat dinner before Sketch had our tech rehearsal.
For those not in the biz, a tech rehearsal is when you run through the beginning/end of every scene for the purposes of light cues and not smashing into each other when it's dark.
This lasted til midnight.

We were the very last people to leave the building.
Lights were out, ominous gates were drawn.
It would have been eerie if I wasn't so tired.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Apartment a.k.a. The Slanty Shanty

It may look like the curtain is askew in this picture.
In reality, the apartment is slanted.

It's getting worse.
I'm pretty sure we can start charging people admission soon.

The good news is I will be moving to a new apartment November or December.
With Z.
Hopefully our apartment will be upright with lots of closet space.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Z brought Bearek Jeter a friend from New York.
Look! It's Meerkey Mantle!

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Another busy day, Zumba first.
I wish I could get a picture of class happening, but pulling out my phone while everyone is jumping around seems like asking for trouble.

I left a little early to catch a workshop with Joe Bill.

I always have a blast at these. I still really enjoy the learning process that comes with being an improviser.

Then another sketch rehearsal.
This one was mostly spent writing out the scenes that are going in, so we will have set lines.

The show has an official theme now, so we have homework to come up with an appropriate opening.

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