Yea Baby. I am like a BEAR
Valentine's day was alot of fun. We went to the BOK center and went ice skating among other fun activities (breakfast at Blue Dome, a nice walk, ect) before we both performed in Valentine's day show. I was Austin Powers for the very first time, and Sam was a funky cool singer that crooned the audience at a Winery in West Tulsa, Whispering Vines. It was a massive undertaking since I was the "Detective" who made sure the show went smoothly. And did it ever! Everyone was simply fantastic and I got the chance to do it again a week later.
Last Monday I finished getting sick. I had been sick with one malady or another for weeks and now I feel much, much better. Thank GOOODNESS. I hate when my body breaks down but it was just different, unrelated things right after another. I'm taking my vitamins, I promise!
I also did a voice-over for a cartoon for the OERB that I learned I will be a regular role! That's a pretty sweet deal and I totally don't mind coming down to OKC once a month for a load of cash for ten minute's work. By Monday I was up to eating bananas so I had a good amount of energy to create my silly kid character. I love the part!
Last weekend I performed another show as Austin Powers at Molly's Landing and, as you can see, things got pretty furry and fun. I love the fact that this show was the first that the creator of the Ultimate Murder Mystery played something other than the Detective. He ended up getting Axed a question he couldn't answer, if you catch my drift.
I had a fun celebration of Fat Tuesday for Mardi Gras at my house with a bonfire friends and that always fun-with-the-baby-inside king cake to be enjoyed! The weather was perfect and continues to be really nice so I find myself outside all the time and I'm happy with that.
Wednesday I lined up another voice over for a commercial for a hair salon down at kotv and ran into Michael who I think will be coming down to Jes' birthday celebration on the 7th. It was fun to run into him!
Today I plan on going to Philbrook and looking at what was described to me as a wonderful photography historical perspective from George Eastman. That sounds INCREDIBLE and I get a free photobooth picture from it I'll post up when get done.
I've also got rehearsal tonight for an 80's murder mystery. This upcoming show will take place in a converted theatre that is now a church downtown. That sounds so interesting I can't wait to see this space.
April is but a month away and I am attempting to prepare for a big, fat move to Branson. It's crazy! I feel very good about the whole thing.
Also, I had a blueberry smoothie today. YES.
I hope all is well for everyone. What's up in your life?