Monday, November 07, 2005

Update

I haven't really felt like blogging lately, so I think I may continue to post less frequently. We'll see.

Last Thursday I saw The Color Purple, the new musical. I really enjoyed it. Good songs, wonderful acting, beautiful sets. All in all, I think it will do well.

Friday I went to see The Great American Trailer Park Musical again. Cast album comes out soon, woo hoo! It's a wonderfully funny show and I highly recommend it.

Saturday I went out with Stuff and Patrick to Pegasus on the east side. Fun time, though one of us had a little too much to drink. I won't name names, but it rhymes with hat trick. And yet, he was up and about the next day for work. Good man.

Sunday was brunch day for Stuff and me. We went to Heidelberg, a German place (naturally) on the UES. Fantastic. Fresh potato salad, sauerkraut and bratwurst. Plus a marvellous Schwarzwaelder Kirsch torte and one of the best cups of coffee I'd had in a while. Yum.

Other than all that, I just caught up on Netflix (I watched the second disk of the first season of Six Feet Under and the first disc of a show called Desperate Housewives, which you've probably never heard of). I also saw an episode of a British sitcom starring Alan Cumming as a gay flight attendant on Here OnDemand. It was horrible; now I understand why Rob Byrnes has such a passionate dislike of the man.

And did I mention that Patrick makes a mean chicken enchilada? Well he does.

My other accomplishment for the weekend was finally unpacking and putting up some of my art and knick-knacks. Starting to look like a real home, my place is. I suppose I'll have to move soon.

Last thing, I'll be reviewing my first show for the online review site this Saturday. Woo hoo!

5 comments:

Lee said...

Well, if someone cooked you into an echilada, you'd be mean too! ;-)

Never really saw the attaction of Alan Cumming either.

David said...

Unless you saw Alan Cumming in the Roundabout revival of Cabaret, you can't fully appreciate his talent and appeal. He ain't my type, but he can project raw sexual magnetism and is one of the funniest ad libbers I have ever seen on stage.

That being said, everyone is entitled to their opinion.

Patrick said...

I wasn't as much drunk as exhausted from drinking...
:-)

Mark said...

"Exhausted from drinking"

I ***LOVE*** that! I'm gonna start using that now.

Jalal said...

I dont understand one thing. Why would you watch British Sitcoms to start off with.