Monday MondayMon, June 2, 2008 - 10:17 AM
I'm convinced Dennis Michael just as bad ass as Chuck Norris, if not more bad ass. The man has met so many people and never ceases to amaze me with his awesomeness. If you haven't checked it out. Look at his blog today about the Robert Kennedy assassination. people.tribe.net/dennismichael/blog
Again... what a life. The other day at the theatre my buddy and I were talking about life, and we were discussing what it must feel like to keep going, after you've already done so much. He was talking about people like Harrison Ford... and good ol Dennis "Chuck Norris" Michael came to my mind. Cause there are times when I wonder... does Dennis just put his hands behind his back, and go.... "Yeah... I'm enjoying this ride"
It's June 2nd and already my June is filling up. Volunteer work at the theatre, then next week is the 54 hour Improv-a-thon to celebrate the Theatresports 25th Birthday! I'm not working all 54 hours, but I'm working some crazy shifts for it! I'll be performing, I just don't know when. But crap... it's going to be awesome.
The week after that, it's my birthday. There's a meeting for Faire that day, then that night... well make sure your night is cleared. Oh, and make sure you don't have anything to do Sunday morning either. ;)
THEN the week after that my parents and my nephew are coming up! Which is going to be awesome! I get to take them on all the crazy touristy stuff that is around here. I can't wait.
Man.. it's only June 2nd? I can't wait for this month to get going full swing!
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|oh and also Sammi is here which is freakin awesome!!!!!|
I don't know how to answer your question, other than to say The Ride is Still Going...the ride has changed, but it's still the same. Some days you enjoy the ride, some days are Mondays. Each hand, you've got to play the cards you are dealt.
But thanks for your lovely compliment. (I've never EVER thought of myself as being like Chuck Norris, that's new.) Yeah, I've done a lot of stuff, I've been pretty lucky. We can look back, but the only direction we have is forward.
And if that's not enough cliches and bromides, how about "A stitch in time saves nine," and "Never eat oysters in months with No "R"."
|www.imdb.com/name/nm0001822/Additional note about Dennis: he reminds me of Robert Wagner|