My week started with my evening with Sherry at the movies, not a bad start! Then, of course, it didn’t slow down and will culminate with my runway debut!
September 15, 2021: Back to improv! I signed up for another series of improv classes, which is a good 50 minute drive from our home. So I always want to make the most of the drive and my Kandi time. I packed up my PC and headed across town.
I cashed in a gift certificate I had won in a recent half marathon (I am now two-for-two winning my age group this year) and then got some dinner at Bibibop. The young woman assisting me was so sweet and complimentary of my accessories. I told her every girl loves a compliment and I was no different.
Then I grabbed the PC and set up at the bar of a favorite watering spot, with a favorite bartender. She, as usual, took good care of me. The place was packed and I sat there comfortably sorting through emails and working on the blog.
The outfit, simple and quite frankly, perfect for the day and for me. After I polished off my wine, I hit a marvelous sale, 70% off already reduced clearance prices. I picked up a staple item, wonderful black slacks and an adorable nightie!
Improv was delightful, as always. With the exception of one person, everyone was new to me. We played a number of improv games and I did okay, but had a few times where I blanked out, not able to come up with anything. It happens and is part of the learning process. I simply love doing this and adore my teacher! A ball of energy.
September 17, 2021: For the upcoming runway walk, my model assignment was with a group of models called “Visions of Drama”. I visited the designer/stylist to make sure I was well prepared for the following day. I spent almost two hours there and hit the grocery store on the way home. I’ll save a discussion of the awesome experience I had for my posts on the fashion show. I will share my outfit with you (I know, no news there). I recently wore this dress to a movie shoot and wanted to get her some more time in public. I will admit, doing those “regular” things in a dress is really nice.
I then returned home with the groceries and took care of a few things. I was scheduled to work a wine tasting event for our local Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, so I changed outfits and headed across town.
I had a great time. Like many times out, I knew no one going in. I poured wine for about three hours and played my role as carnival barker. That is always great fun! A very full day for sure.
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