Day: Monday
Time: 12:50 PM EST
Music: Napster
IM/ICQ: none
Internet: trying to get urbanfetch.com to work since kozmo.com won't deliver to my ghetto home
Quote: "She needs a little cock." -Markus (talking about the Belle doll)
Fun Link: none

So, quick Frank update. Haven't had the chance to talk to him about what happened, so as far as I know, he still doesn't know it even happened. He did work things out with his boyfriend, so at least I feel good that I didn't mess that up for him. But it seems they are fighting once a month, so we shall see. I really do need to find a chance to talk to him though. Just so I can get this out in the open and resolved.

Slightly related note: I appreciate your thoughts, tinytim, but as far as I'm concerned until you can talk to me and express your concerns to me as an equal instead of a righteous, pompous saint, I don't care what the hell you think. You have no right to yell at me. I welcome your concern and your thoughts, but not when you do it like that. And how in the hell do you expect me to reply if you leave no email? I understand that you did this so you could have "the last word" more than likely, but I don't play that way. Anyway, enough negativity for one entry.

Back to things I needed to tell you in the last entry, but they just would've been so overshadowed by the Frank story. The Thanksgiving Day Parade was so much fun! I had a blast. I got there at 5:30 in the morning for costume and makeup. Once done there, I was bussed up to the starting line of the parade and waiting for about 3 hours for the parade to actually start. Once I got into the parade, it was amazing! I had so much fun. I felt so lucky to be a part of it. It was amazing seeing all the people and the balloons. The balloons were awesome.

My showcase is going well. A lot of it is really boring, but the good stuff is really good. I am loving both of my scenes now. I am also a body double for the beginning of the show so I end up with the most stage time of the show. It's a tad painful posing for about ten minutes without moving a muscle, but somebody's got to do it, right? ;-)

I am going to be home (Iowa) in about two weeks. I can't believe this year is almost over! It seems like just a short while ago I was an idiot standing in Times Square for 21 hours waiting to ring in 2000. Boy, is that a night/day/night I won't soon forget. Not sure if I'll do the Times Square thing again this year. I'm kinda mixed on it. Part of me wants to because it's Times Square for New Year's. But part of me is more like "Stay inside with friends in warmth and watch TV and have food and drinks galore." I don't know. I'll come up with something.

Well, frankly, I'm sick of updating so I'm gonna stop now.