No, that’s not where I’m living, but it looks so warm and Christmas-y. Merry Christmas to one and all.
And Happy Hannukah to all of my Jewish friends and/or fans.
Okay and Happy Kwanzaa love to Mother Africa and her children.
And all other kinds of love to whoever else I’ve missed. It’s a lovely quiet time here in Vancouver. We’ve had what I’m told is an insane amount of snow (for Vancouver). It just feels like being in Winnipeg which makes it feel homey. But this is my time coming to a close. We have 3 more shows and then we close. It will be so weird. I’ve had a wonderful time. It’s a nice way to go out though – with a bang, not a whimper. Although it’s good timing as the cast is starting to get sick. I think we’re just going to make it. One of our leads went down today (Christmas eve matinee) and we had the understudy go on. He did a wonderful job. We were all so proud of him. Bravo Timothy Gledhill. Really well done.
It’s been a great freakin’ run, y’all. I look forward to having a few weeks off. But I won’t be idle. I’ll be one of the guest artists on the audition panels for the Etobicoke School of the Arts on Jan. 16.
I’m the guest soloist for Jan. 18th services (9:00 and 11:00) at the Metropolitan Community Church on 115 Simpson Ave. in Toronto.
Then on Jan. 19th, I will be one of the guests at Sharron’s Party. It’s been a long time. I’m very excited about that as Sharron’s not only one of my dearest friends but she is also one of my favourite performers. I love having talented friends. It means never having to lie after a performance of theirs. I’m not good at that. What we do means to much to me. Anyway, if you guys are around, come see it. At Buddies In Bad Times.
Okay, it’s still Christmas eve and I’m tired as hell. I love you all and I love that you’re reading this. Hope you have a marvellous Holiday Season.
Live it and Love it.