March 3rd, 2008


I don't have enough fingers and toes to count the ways...

Despite 2008's craptacular beginning, this birthday season has left me a little bit overwhelmed in the "loved" department.

My family, as always, goes above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to taking care of me.

merlinofchaosTurk, esmerelCarla and crankypenguinIzzy are always there with a smile, or a joke, or bottle of beer.

technocowboy and lonespiritwolf2 too time out of their busy vacation schedule to stop by the restaurant just to say hi to me.

melibabe is just ridiculously amazing. She's always there to lend a hand with my crazy projects, and she's always eager to come down from Orkland for Dim Sum.

cyranocyrano is another one ready to jump into projects, and he and his awesometastic roommate, tersa, always make me smile when the show up to hang out. Sometimes I actually regret being so busy, cause I don't get to see them more.

skygoodwill is always there to help me through the "I'm crazy" times. Which is really more often than some might think. :) Ask her some time!

missmelysse is a constant positive reminder that I'm not the only one chasing (and catching) my dreams.

haloedone... cripes, what can you say about her that hasn't been said a billion times. The queen of fabulous. Present Fairy extraordinary. Fabulous friend...

senatorhatty and wildpaletz arranged for me to have tasty tasty sushi on a night when I otherwise would have just gone to sleep. And I also got a wickedawesome magnet from Kennedy Space Center.

sara_halfelven and kerroan sent me a birthday card from Britishland that had a freakin wobblyheaded monkey on it!

Beer Activated Laura hosted a birthday brunch for me for the staff of the restaurant and the Super Sekrit Project folks... everything, including the buttermilk bacon muffins were made from scratch.

piter_kenobi pokes his head back into my life just when I need that little boost to cheer me up because I'm so exhausted.

Moron Life's third season is going well, and we're getting positive feedback on it.

Work hasn't sucked.

I'm sure I've missed stuff. But thank you ALL for being such amazingly wonderful people.


Live on Stage!

I haven't made a big deal out of this one, mostly because I didn't realize just how fast it was approaching. However!

This Thursday, I'm taking part in the second half of the Seventh Annual Bay Area One Acts Festival where I'll be appearing in a locally written one act play called A Toss of the Hat.

We run 3/6, 3/7, 3/8, 3/9 (matinée), 3/13, 3/14, 3/15 and 3/16 (matinée).

It's a short (25 minute) Romantic Comedy, and surprisingly enough, I'm the romantic lead. And I do ALOT of talking. And I get to kiss a really really really pretty lady. :D

It's running at the Eureka Theater in San Francisco.

If you'd like to come, rock and roll! :D

Memorizing lines... oy!