I’m now home in Miami, FL focusing on the following:
–Using my Self well.
-Taking lessons in the Alexander Technique.
-Working with great people at Sony Music’s Latin-Iberia regional office.
–J’étudie la langue française.
–Estudiando música a través del canto y la guitarra.
-Directing creative energy toward essay-writing in English.
The only thing that comes close to going to a Bill Burr show is knowing that you’ll go to a Bill Burr show in less than 24 hours. That’s my roundabout way of sharing that I’m seeing Bill Burr tomorrow! So excited. Update, August 29: Just got back from the show. My head and face hurt from laughing so much. Bill Burr is a master stand-up comedian. A master!
Speaking of positive things … I am living my very best life. I’ve lived my best life in past lives since I first moved to the US for college, but I always had a deadline because I always knew I would have to move to a different city in the short term and thus would have to start anew. For the first time in my life, though, I am living my best life and have no deadline. Forward and up!
P.S. Early last year, I was living in Los Angeles, and, when Netflix announced their Netflix Is a Joke comedy festival, the first thing I did was buy tickets to see Norm Macdonald perform. Unfortunately, the pandemic started, and the show was canceled, so I got a refund. Today, on September 14, 2021, Norm Macdonald passed away at only 61 years old, after nine years of living with cancer and not telling anyone about it. Nine years. The man was going to play the Netflix comedy festival in his eighth year of living with cancer and undoubtedly would have killed. He was deeply intelligent, uncompromisingly courageous, a true craftsman, equal parts sensitive and mischievous, and the ultimate stand-up comedian. One of the most singular comedy minds of all time. Thanks for all the laughs and all the inspiration, Norm.
Last updated September 16, 2021