Hey, I'm married now. We didn't want to make a huge deal out of it (we've been together for nine years today, and we're basically just doing this for insurance purposes and whatnot) so we kept everything really low key, and didn't really tell anyone except for a few key people. The ceremony took all of ninety seconds, and then we went out to eat some tasty Indian food. They had beef vindaloo at the buffet - this is how you know for sure that you're in Texas.
Played in Maestro tonight, as usual, and got out in the second round, but it was yet another really good show, with Wes and Roy directing together/alone for the first time. We had some imports from the improv scene in Atlanta come in and play with us, who played well and seemed like cool guys, and then we all went out for the usual beers and bar food (mmm, brownies and ice cream) at Opal Divine's afterwards.
Also, before the show, Mo handed me a CD with the new Improv For Evil podcast on it! Very exciting. My friend Christina is also doing a podcast on the Austin improv thingy, too, and was hanging out at the warmup before the show last night to get some audio there, so I'm eager to hear how that one turns out, as well. Bloggy mp3 fun all around.
I also totally thought that I lost my keys at some point during the festivities last night, but it turned out that they were in the pockets of my shorts - I changed into long pants for the show, because, hey, you never know when you're going to be falling over and banging up your knees or crawling around on a filthy stage. Lesson: never take off your pants. Er, or never put them on. Never change your pants! Something.
Today, I have absolutely nothing to do. Let's see if it's everything that I imagined.(May 28, 2006 09:48 AM)