Friday, December 22, 2006

Holiday Greeting

Have a Wonderful Winter Solstice, Happy Holidays and a Fabulous New Year!

Holiday Cards 2006

And "Don't forget to smile!"

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Playing Catchup - Triple Ex- Style

Wow, it's been a hectic holiday season so far! Parties here, shopping there, and running into two exes at a party thrown by someone I dated. Sounds like a bad soap opera, doesn't it? Yea, that's what my coworker said too.

With all that's happened, I figure the best way to tell it all is to, well, not tell it at all. I'll just let the pictures speak for themselves. And no, you won't find any pictures of said 'triple ex' party. Read more [+/-]

There was Crash's birthday. [more]

Me and the Birthday Tongue What Byrne Really Got for His Birthday

Then Famous Author Rob Byrnes' birthday. [more]

Shot From Above Me and the Birthday Boy

Then a volunteer recognition event. [more and even more]

Which is the Wax Figure? Wax Me! Superfan!

Then the company holiday party. Oh lord. [more]

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I can't believe I spent nearly 6 hours editing and retouching all those photos. The price of beauty!

If you're done with the visual stimulation, check out this spoof on A Christmas Carol [via wired]! It'll help you get over the fact that this year, Annie (starring Kathy Lee) is playing at the Madison Square Garden's theater instead.

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Who Can Resist A "Good Idea"?

Obviously not me. And especially not when I've had a few drinks.

Drunken Yoga

That's me during the Feast of Fools meet up at Vlada last Thursday when someone wondered if I could put my foot behind my head. It turns out I can't. More pictures here.

Needless to say, it was a great night; and if you haven't had the pleasure, definitely give their podcast a chance (especially the one where they call me a 'super fan'!).

Can you imagine what I'd do at the Gay Erotic Expo this weekend?!

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Handling Visitors

I have to admit that I'm always skeptical when someone on the online world wants to meet me in the real world. You could never be sure of who they are, no matter what's on their blog. That could be the side effect of being raised in New York City.

So when Will said he'd want to meet me, I was naturally skeptical - at least it wasn't as SWF as having someone with the same name asking to meet up (like some unnamed friend). I needed a plan. In public. And possibly some witnesses. Since he was a blogger, I planned a meet up with some other bloggers (and a blog-stalker).

I instantly recognized him inside the Milford and we headed to the Ritz to meet up with the rest of the party, which was already in progress. Luckily, he turned out to be a pretty cool guy; and I didn't have to open a can of cardio-kickbox on his ass.

Lots of fun was had, along with the alcohol. Unfortunately, I have nothing scandalous to report. Other than the flashing.

Speaking of which, I hear Feast of Fools is having another New York Meet-n-Greet this Thursday! I'm so there!