HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM ME AND ZOE!!
Yeah, that’s right. I’ve become one of those people who dress in matching costumes with their cats. I have no life lol. I would’ve put up a picture of our lit Jack-O-Lantern except it got moldy and we had to throw it away on Wednesday 🙁 </3 🙁
Jay and I didn’t do anything fun for Halloween; last night we caught up on TV for Jay to be able to talk about on “Jay and Jack TV” since Jay literally works every single day a week between 2 jobs. I know he gets mocked on the Married Man Show for it, but he really does work a-hell-of-a-f*cking-lot (when I say every day, I mean Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) and it makes it challenging to come home and want to watch TV to take notes for a podcast.
I also spent last night and tonight going through old pictures and videos from my college theatre’s (MCCTA REPRESENT!) production of Rocky Horror Show in October 2005. Shit, it’s been 5 years. Wow. Where did the time go? Now I’m having a moment. That was my all-time favorite show I have ever done. I cannot say enough how fondly I look back on that experience and everyone involved in it. I decided to share some of my favorite pictures, mainly the action shots taken of the show. There’s quite a bit of them and I know that for most people, looking at 5-year-old theatre pictures from someone else’s show is not your ideal blog reading sooooo I’m going to put one on the main page then the rest can be found after the break. (PS I’m in just about every single one of them, if you can spot me lol.)
All of the non-principle girls:
With Katie, Katie, and Meagan; I’m pre-makeup for some reason:
This is the poster that Allison and I designed; I still have a copy of it hanging up in the mancave:
Finally, this is my all-time favorite Halloween costume. Me & my Home Fry Eddie as Britney & K-Fed. We put the costume together in 5 minutes and then spoke in Britney & Kevin Federline accents all night long. It was awesomely fun:Shop Amazon - Explore 50 Years of Great TV - Find the Best TV Shows from 1960 Until Today