Friends, our cabaret show, Noah's Very Unusual Insight, is finally over! It was fun to do but also a lot of work, and I am WAY glad to be able to move on to other things. I feel like the new year hasn't really gotten underway yet!
We had great audiences both nights, and as you can see, we really perfected our synchronized hand choreography!
Last night there was a real live critic in the audience (the professional kind). Hopefully he'll be forgiving.
In non-showbiz-related news, today I'm having brunch with my friend Johanna and Rachel, and believe me, I'm going to get on Rachel's case about neglecting her blogging duties. Evidently we'll be stopping at Paron's and I guess we'll see if there's anything left to buy there before they make the big move to 39th Street. (It sounds like other bloggers got the good stuff.) I haven't been fabric shopping all year, so maybe I'll indulge, though you know me, I like to shop solo (and preferably in a putty nose and buck teeth disguise).
What else? Our DSL service has deteriorated so badly of late that we've decided to spring for cable Internet, and -- get this -- it's actually going to be cheaper. When I told someone recently that we still have DSL, they actually laughed at me. It was humiliating.
That's all, folks. I'm exhausted, and we've been hosting Michael's sister who flew in for a visit from L.A. Sara is a high-end consignment store fanatic and went on a major spree yesterday. Here she is in her new Galliano vest, stretch jeans, and Rag & Bone shoes. I would show you her new Prada pumps but with my DSL in its current state it would take another hour to upload the photo. Maybe tomorrow.
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