October, the spookiest of the months, has always been a favorite of mine! In October, the leaves change color, Halloween is celebrated, & those greedy winter holidays begin to stretch their tinsel tentacles into stores near you to suffocate us all with Christmas cheer. Personally, October was a fulfilling month of acting, auditioning, podcasting, & wrapping up my Improv for Actors program to begin my first level of the Conservatory Program at the Second City. The highlights of October depicted below include but are not limited to: Haircuts for Judy & I, Celebrating Halloween, experiencing the first snow since moving to IL, the Scarecrow Festival in St. Charles, the Morton Arboretum, Seeing Blue October in Concert, staying on the Mississippi River in IA, performing on the Podcast from Hell...
Celebrating Spooky Season as
I got to perform on
It's that time of year again! The time of year in which I look back on my deliriously lofty goals made in January & sigh in shame at what I have not accomplished. This year is different though! No, I haven't actually completed the goals I set for myself (Not Even Close! HA!) YET, I am choosing to focus on what I HAVE accomplished instead of what I have not. I am also using this time to finally set some reasonably attainable goals for myself & manage my expectations more appropriately so that I am not overcome with guilt when I inevitably do not, for example, read a book every singe week for a year!
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Small-town southern ginger librarian moved to Chicago to pursue acting & comedy with her best friend, havanese dog Judy Books by her side.