Well, I survived Hurricane Irene! At first I was one of the self absorbed New Yorkers who was disappointed and actually wanted the hurricane to bring with it more "oomph" I suppose, but then I saw the havoc it wreaked on the folks on Long Island, New Jersey and Vermont and I changed my attitude. I was glad that we were so well prepared. You know us New Yorkers, we gotta complain about something! If the city had prepared less, people would have complained. As it is, people complained about the amount of preparation the city took saying that it was overzealous and I have to say I'm okay with it. The motto of this hurricane was "better safe than sorry." And I'm safe, so I'm definitely not sorry.
My one year Fativersary has come and gone and brought with it a renewed sense of determination. I realized that I have a little over a month before I leave New York for the road (with Million Dollar Quartet, in case you missed the memo...:) and since I didn't hit my one year goal of weighing 235, I would like to make it my goal before I leave the city. I'm going to have to work extraordinarily hard to do it, but I just need to push myself. Get myself out of the comfort zone!
|Demon spawn that wants to tempt me|
|Say "Hi" to your adoring fans Wembley!|
Alright, I really should head to bed. My current show closing on Broadway this week and I've already started working on my tour gig, which leaves me a busy, busy bee! Add in working out and occasionally working on my graduate thesis and I'm exhausted! I'm going to have to type up my full To-Do list for you in an upcoming post. It's quite daunting! Yikes...
Anyway, say "Goodnight!" Wembley!