All right Jackie. This one is for you.
Jackie is my awesome cousin. We grew up together and I think she is the bees knees. She is a fast walker and a fast talker. She is a mother of three, loves sweets, plays the violin, reads A LOT, thinks Hillary Clinton is the bomb, is an artist, and laughs at my jokes. We once had matching ponchos.
All contain one of two things
Mayo or Jello
OK--interesting day today. Saw Meg Whitman at Chick Fil A, bought two sweater vests at Macy's, had dinner with the in-laws, and well--I guess it wasn't all that interesting. It was fun though--except for seeing Meg Whitman of course. She is evil.
A few people have asked me what is going on with my comedy career so here it is in a nutshell: Since age 4 I have wanted to be a comedian. I'll be 40 this year so I figured it was about time that I chased my dreams. I've been a chef, a college professor, and about a thousand other things, and though I know I am successful--my true calling is comedy. This will be my final year teaching. I have begun the comedy journey by performing wherever I can. I have already won first prize in my first competition. In one years time my goal is to be making a living by doing what I was born to do. I am looking very forward to the journey. I am looking for testimonials so if you think I'll be a good comedian--send me a blurb about why you think I'm funny or why you think I'll be successful and I'll post it on my resume.
Not too much else going on yet. I do have a question to pose though: How old is too old for trick or treating? My students actually had a heated debate about it today.
Please send your comments and questions so I can delve deeper into the blog. What do you all want to read about? Jackie--I know you are reading this--what would you like to see on future blogs? Thanks for reading folks.
Tomorrow's blog will be dedicated to Sue Menke.