Saturday, October 30, 2004


Things are going...I've had a few auditions lateley. One for a SAG 24 Hour Fitness commercial and another with Nevada Theatre Company for a play that will run in the morning in different schools. Last week I did my substitute teacher training and I'm good to go starting sometime this coming week. I don't really now if I will like it or not, but I'm excited to see what happens.

Other than that, everything seems to keep moving along...

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

We're Home

Our trip was great. Three days in San Francisco and three in LA. We were able to sleep in everyday, compulsively overeat and entertain ourselves to death. You know it's a good trip when you are completely ready to come home.

My mom survived the kids and they were very happy to see us return. Debbie will tell you all about the food, so I'll give you a quick entertainment synopsis:

1. The Producers (Touring company) in SF was great. It was opening night and fun to see them fight through a few technical problems.

2. Stand-up Comedy in SF-7 locals. It was OK. One girl was great.

3. Friday Night Lights (movie). I loved of the five best sports movies ever. I think Deb fell asleep.

4. The Groudlings all improv show. The hilight for me. My old teacher, Jeremy Rowley, was in it...along with Jordan Black (who rocks) and the lady who played "Brow" in Austin Powers. The celebrity guest star was the girl from Yes, Dear.

5. Improv Olympics show. Yeah, it sucked. It was worse than the worse comedy I had ever seen before. Bad.

6. Mean Girls (movie). I thought that it was funny. I also think Lindsay Lohan is a real actress.

7. Garden State (movie). So glad we caught it in the theater before it left. We saw it at a really nice theater on Sunset/Vine. Tickets were $14, but everything was great. The movie made me want to be an actor...oh yeah...

Friday, October 08, 2004

Not Much To Say

Sometimes life just moves along. Nothing too exciting. Tomorrow I will end a stretch of 12 days in a row at work...I've played the same part all 12 days and I have to say that as fun as my job is, I'm ready for a break. I will be off work for 8 days starting Sunday. Mom comes in tomorrow to watch the kids while Debbie and I leave for our anniversary vacation next week. I'm looking forward to it.