Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Success!

Well, my cabaret at Schroeder's was a success! I had such a great time, and we had an amazing crowd for a Monday night. I was honored to see so many people from the theatre community come out to celebrate my last SD performance before my move. I got the show recorded by a wonderful videographer (Reel Moment Productions) and I will be asking them to put together some short demos to put on my website. So, for those of you who couldn't come (or those of you who want more!) you should be able to view some video in the next few weeks.

I have also added a brand new Photo Blog to my website (well, a link to it anyway. The PhotoBlog is run by TextAmerica.) This allows me to upload photos taken by my camera phone directly to the website, and I can take ohotos of my adventures as I make my way to NYC and for the months to come. Hopefully, it will help me keep in touch with people, along with my Musings page (which I hope to update more regularly).

I have one more week in San Diego. Tonight I am packing the suitcases I will be taking with me- on the plane I will only have 2 checked bags, plus my one carry one (which will have my drugged out dog inside of it) and my computer bag (which counts as a personal item). I am boxing everything else up that I want with me, and my family will ship it to me once I get to NYC. See, I have a plan...

I am in the process of trying to sell my car, so if you know anyone who need a great, reliable and FUN car under $10,000, please let me know. I must sell it by August 4.

OK, I'd better stop goofing off and get back to it. And, by "it" I mean playing with my dog and pretty much avoiding the inevitable.

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