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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Puscifer and Whales Vagina.

Got back from San Diego yesterday and what a great quick trip it was. Puscifer was dead on, as always. The music is they type you can really feel and not just hear. Its more of an experience than just a show. So many sounds from different instruments blend to a point of perfection with the hint of lyrics from two sycronized and complementary singers.

Some of the down sides? The fans. From waiting in line seeing all the Tool shirts to shouts of "Maynard!" during brief moments of silence. Some of these fans seem to be the loyal "Maynard" followers that don't seem to understand the differences of each endeavor of his. Let it be said that I am also a Tool fan, an A Perfect Circle fan and I'm even a fan of the many wines that Maynard James Keenan produces. It seems what ever he touches he puts his heart and soul into ensuring a quality product, whatever that product maybe, but when I am at a Puscifer concert I'm there for Puscifer. Not to gush over the "lead singer" but to enjoy the entire experience which honestly, is bigger than he is.

Some up sides? I met and got autographs not only from Maynard James Keenan but also the opening band Uncle Scratch's Gospel Revival. The one I got from Mr. Keenan was part of the "Meet and Greet" ticket I bought which was interesting but something I won't be doing again. It wasn't as much a meeting or a greeting but more him signing a CD and handing it to me. I was grateful, thanked him and as I did so I did my nervous little bow to which he said something I was to nervous to remember and bowed back. He was very polite but as I was standing in line I started getting nervous, not because of who I was gonna meet but because I was in line with strangers about to meet a stranger...If you know me, I don't do well around strangers, hence the nervous bow.

Meeting Brother Ed and Brother Ant of Uncle Scratch's Gospel Revival was not included in the ticket however, it was just a chance we crossed paths. I first saw them last time I saw Puscifer and was enamored but at that show I couldn't find there CD for sale so before the concert started this time I found it and bought it. As the concert came to a close I went over to find something to buy at the Pucisfer merch area. I was standing there and Tony, my friend that was nice enough to accompany me on this adventure, pointed behind me and said "Look" I turned around and saw them. I told them about first seeing them, how much I enjoyed them and then asked if they would sign my newly purchased CD to which they did. They were also very polite and appreciative of gaining a new fan.

All in all a great night with a great friend.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


I haven't been writing much lately for a few reasons but mostly I have been super busy and things have just been pissing me off lately. I try not to write as much when I'm angry or down (or drunk) because its just a lot of nonsense and it honestly gets old when people just continually bitch and moan. Hopefully things get better post haste, the plays will soon be here and gone and the stress that brings will be lifted and free up some of my time. I will say one of the things that helped me relax during the week was my pool league. That has now changed.

I look forward to the beer on Tuesday nights now more than actually playing pool. Two reasons for this, first off my team has begun the season playing teams that far surpass our skill level. This isn't that big of a deal because like I've said before I just enjoy (or enjoyed) playing pool but to constantly get beat hard core has an affect on you. Second, this Tuesday night league has become so political in nature it's effing ridiculous. I'm not sure if we're playing pool or if we're recanting rules, regulations and watching every game with a microscope to show off how much we know and understand the rules, instead of having a good time. So this will most likely be my last Tuesday night year.

Now before you say "But Chad, it IS a league and rules are there to clearly define legality of play because the top winning teams get prize money and the winning team gets to go to Vegas and play. You are just mad because you suck at pool." To that I respond, agreed, but I believe that having a good time about it is important as well. I have placed in a position to win money and honestly, that money ain't gonna change my life and if I did place high enough to go to Vegas I am sure it wouldn't last long.

Anyway, like I said, this bitching and moaning stuff has got to go and be replaced with better commentary on the finer side of things...Like the concert I'm going to on the first! Puscifer has become a new favorite of mine. I think it has to do with the complexity of the sounds generated and the changing nature it has. It's clearly hard to define as a genre and even harder to explain the inherent beauty I find in it. The last show I saw of theirs, which incidentally was their first, was amazing. It's a mixture of moods, music, friends, videos, comedy and wine. This should be fun and hopefully let me regain something of my soul.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Frickin' frack!

God damn! I am in such a bad mood today. Starting with having no sleep last night, wait, I take that back. Having maybe 2 hours of sleep last night. Trying to not let that bother me I just figured I'd get some Xbox game play in. That's when it decided to give me a big middle finger in the form a red ring of death. Frustrating as hell but I try and not let it bother me, telling myself "It's only stuff."

I tried to have a good time with the kids and take them to the family fun fair at the park but Andrew is being a teenager and not wanting to participate and Audrey wants to do her own thing and when I tell her to wait she wines and cries. I usually don't have a problem with Miah and he got 1st place in his group on the Punt, Pass, Kick challenge. He got a blue ribbon and a soccer ball. Andrew wouldn't do it based on him being "tired" and I figured if he doesn't want to, why force him.

I decided to get us some food, after all maybe I was just grumpy because I was hungry and guess what? Yep. Mine got missed somehow. I just smiled and told them not to worry about it as my blood boiled and my stomach twisted. After I finally got my food and ate we decided to head out to Inyokern for the 100 year anniversary of the founding of the town. The event was scheduled to go until six, we got there about two. Plenty of time to see it all you say? Think again. The only people that were there were the Boys And Girls Club people. At least I knew the people that were there. We stayed just long enough for Audrey to get her face painted and play a little but they wouldn't play nicely and so I decided to call it a day.

It's not the kids fault and I know that, but I expect a lot from them because we don't get to see each other very often. Maybe I expect too much. I just don't want them to sit inside all day. I like to get them out doing things, having adventures and creating memories. I was around my sons age when my parents separated and the time I spent with my Dad I don't really remember doing anything. Maybe we did and I was just being a teenager like my son but still, I want them to be excited to come see me. and that brings me to my next point...

Women! Christian and I have not been technically "together" but we have still been spending a lot of time together. The main reason we broke up in the first place was kids. Not the ones I have now but the possible ones in the future. This is my problem, I don't ever want to have to do this again. I understand kids come with marriage and I don't think I ever want a marriage again. I know its supposed to be forever and if you're in love you do it, its not that I don't love the girl, it's just that I understand that what you want and what life is are two completely different things. If that makes me a bad person, so be it. Who knows, maybe I'll change my mind in the future but for now, that's how I feel.

Friday, September 25, 2009


I sit here with a can of MTN DEW wondering what to write about. I blame the iPhone. I have the kids this weekend and we have a lot planned. There is a Family Fun Fair at Rocket Park and this weekend marks the 100 year anniversary of Inyokerns' founding and there is a bunch going on for that. So I should have a lot to write about soon. I really need to write every night before bed, good stuff or not, I've never claimed this was going to be gold, or enrich your life in any way.

Last weekend I went to Vegas to see friends from WA. What a great trip. We went on an ATV ride with Awesome Adventures. Not only was it a fun ride but they took us into an old gold and silver mine and gave us a little history lesson about the area. The lunch they provided was top notch as well. They have built a little ghost town that you ride out to where they have a BBQ set up. Lunch was corn on the cob, beans, and chicken all very tasty. After you eat lunch you ride around a bit more before heading back in. A great way to spend a few hours away from Vegas.

We also went to Dicks Last Resort for dinner in Excalibur. It was fun and I was made fun of the second I stepped in. It seems people can spot me from a mile away because the guy was across the room with a microphone, its just too bad I'm deaf and didn't hear what was said. There was also a girl walking around handing out balloon...sculptures. My friend was the B-day boy and got a naked stripper on a pole. Me? I got a gigantic penis, complete with testicles and, um, lets just say... well, I'll add the picture. The best part was when she was tying it around my waist she basically went down on me. All in all a good trip.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

What a great weekend.

I have been sick all weekend turning my 3 day holiday weekend into a 5 day sitting on the couch getting all dizzeated on meds, to thinking I'm well enough to go out with friends for a bit, to meds wearing off finding out I'm not well at all, to being cared for by Christian, to being better enough for work.

So today is my first day back and I'm not exactly 100% but i am well enough for work. I know kids can taste fear and smell weakness. Wish me well friends.

Sunday, August 30, 2009


I am trying to go through my pictures and edit a few of the really good ones. The problem is, I don't have a really good editor. A friend of mine @JustMegs turned me on to Picasa. It seems OK but I've only been using it for oh, twenty minuets. One of the problems I am having with it is it scans and opens/makes folders of all my pictures. I have, literally, tens of thousands of pictures. Some folders I haven't gone through to delete bad pictures yet but still, I just want to open my own folders and edit my pictures one by one. When I have to see them all sitting there its a little daunting. I'm gonna play around with it more and see what happens. If anyone knows of any other good (free) editors let me know. Just for the record, @JustMegs seems to have mastered Picasa so I am sure its a great program, just maybe not the one for me. But again only about twenty minuets in so I won't throw it out just yet.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

What a long strange trip its been...

What a blast from the past. The last time I was in Washington was last year for my Grandfathers funeral. Needless to say I didnt do much other than deal with all that. This time I went for a wedding. Christian and I flew up and spent 5 day there. We stayed with an old friend and her family, Megan. I havent seen her since I was about 13ish but we got along like not a day had passed by. We got to spend a lot of time with her, her husband and their child. What great people. They took us all over the area and we didnt stop.

A few of the highlites were The Space Needle in Seattle, Pikes Place and the first Starbucks, an underground tour of old Seattle, Wild Game Animal Park, Snoqualmie Falls, etc etc. Lets just say not a moment was wasted. I will hopefully spend some time soon editing pictures and let the trip speak for itself. for now, heres a sample or two.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Holy crap I've been busy.

So I got back from Vegas and just kinda hung around the house with the kids playing video games. I talked to the kids about Christian and I and after a look that could only mean "Dad, you're a dumbass." I talked a little more specifically about our differences and how she wanted Children in the future and I didn't. Audrey asked me "Why?" and with a little confusion I said "Well, I have you guys. I don't want to share my love with anybody else." With out a drop of a hat Jeremiah said "Well, I wouldn't mind." to which Audrey replied "Yea! I want a little Sister...Or a nice Brother." Andrew didn't seem interested all that much and was just playing video games. Teenagers, what can you do huh? So now I have no idea where I'm at. My decision of no children was mainly based on the children I have now, but they may have a point. I love children and its not like Christian wanted kids tomorrow. So we will see what the future holds.

The kids went back to their moms and I went off to Albuquerque to help move my brother and his family back there. It was a long drive because I followed his truck and going mostly 65 mph but on the plus side, I got 60+ mpg from Flagstaff to Albuquerque. We didn't do really anything while we were there, just unpacking and getting stuff together. We did go as a large group, my brother Shays family, my sister Raeshas family and I, to Turtle Mountain Brewery for a dinner. I had their signature Mac & Cheese, sooooo good and I got a growler of T.M.B.C. I.P.A. (that's Turtle Mountain Brewing Company's India Pale Ale) The day before I had taken a break to go see my Brother In Law play hockey on the Ice Skating Rink I spent many hours on as a child. It was a lot of fun but I had to leave early to meet with a guy for a possible movie role. I met this guy at a Denny's, he seems passionate about films but I'm not quite sure I'm gonna go for it or not. Something just feels off about it, nothing major, just not sure I'm the guy for this project.

I left Albuquerque and stopped in Flagstaff to spend the night with a friend of mine. I got into town and we went to Beaver Street Brewery for lunch. I had a Meatloaf Sandwich that was amazing and I got a growler of their Nut Brown Ale which made the trip back to RC with me and is chilling in the fridge. After lunch we went back to the house to wait for her boyfriend to get off work and when he did he had to help a friend of theirs install some plumbing so we just kinda hung out and watched him work.

The next morning I headed off to Jerome, AZ. A four hour side trek, two hours there and two hours back to where I needed to be. The drive was incredibly breathtaking. When I got to Jerome I immediately had a feeling of deja vu. The town is literally on the side of a mountain and driving on its streets is a dizzying experience due to its switchbacks and hair pin turns. The longer I spent there the more I realized I had been there before, maybe twenty years ago or so. The feeling of meeting back with myself is a strange yet calming, satisfying experience. I went to Jerome for two reasons, the Puscifer store and Caduceus Cellars. I got myself a Puscifer belt buckle and some wine and wine paraphernalia. The stores, the town and the 30 or so minutes I spent in them, were very much worth my four hour add on.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Well then.

I spent this last week in Las Vegas to celebrate my Dads 60th birthday. I had a pretty good time. The party itself was a surprise party and it was a complete success. I was originally only going to stay the weekend at the Stratosphere but due to a family member who could not make the trip, I took their spot at the Polo Towers for the week. Christian, The kids and I all stayed at the Stratosphere for the weekend with my brother Shay and his family.

I ended up going to the airport to pick up my other brother Ian. No one knew if he was going to make it out or not, not even him until about twenty four hours before his flight. He stayed his day or so and I eventually took him back to the airport to go home.

The rest of the week was very relaxing. I drove Christian back to RC so she could go to work and thirty minutes later I was back on the road to Las Vegas. The kids and I spent a lot of time in the pool and looking at the strip on our balconies. I read The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy. We watched T.V. Went out to Chuck E. Cheese's... and that's about it.

I came home to RC and now Christian and I are no longer together. We started talking about things and its just not gonna work out. We are still friends and (as far as I know) there are no hard feelings. I know this is all over the place but I'm a little out of storts but a lot has been going on and I have been away and unable to write about it all so it gets a little jumbled.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The rise and fall of video games.

I enjoy video games as much as the next guy but some days, I've had too much. I play games to relax and I use it as an outlet but I do not let them take over my life. Mostly, I play Call of Duty Modern Warfare for the time being. Adding the ability to play live with other human beings is in itself nothing short of amazing but the fact that people take this shit so seriously is beyond belief. I can take criticism, in fact I will be the first to point out I'm not a "great" player, after all I'm just there to have fun. So when you start coming at me talking about how "stupid" I am for not shooting someone who is right in front of me, causing you to get shot, you can go fuck yourself.

First off the ability to use hand eye coordination has little to do with intelligence, its a motor skill we all develop and it gradually gets better as it is applied. Second, How can someone else be stupid, or responsible, for your dumbass getting shot? Pay attention dip shit. And lastly, A game such as Call of Duty is a team game. If all you do is bitch and moan about how other people have failed you, there is nothing anyone can do about it. Maybe you should figure out it is you who sucks at the game and try talking and listening to your team members.

I am a Child of the NES era and I believe to this day it is, and always will be, the best game console out there. I spent much of my youth playing many games on that system. Most hours spent playing the best game of all time, The Legend of Zelda. One player, two button choices and no Internet or headset required. So raise a glass to Zelda for me and if you wanna call me an idiot, stupid or a dumbass do it because I use spell check for the simplest of words and not because you have no idea how to relax and play a video game.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Marley and Me.

I watched Marley and Me for the first time the other day and I absolutely loved it. It was a little depressing to me in a way though... it might have something to do with me being a 27 year old divorcee who's an out of work actor living with his mother and only seeing his children when its "his time"... or maybe I'm just an asshole. Either way the movie was still great.

It got me thinking a lot about happiness and how it seems to be eluding me. The choices I've made in my life have been a mixture of turmoil, complacency and bliss but they have been (for the most part) my choices. I'm not thinking of the choices I've made in a sense of "What could I have changed in the past?" but much more in the sense of "What can I curently change to make my life better?" Keeping in mind if my life is better, so are the lives of my Children.

I'm not saying I'm unhappy, I'm just saying things could be much better and I need to do a lot of work to get there. It will be a rough road to travel but the rewards will be well worth it. Luckily I have the love and support of my family and friends who love me and whom I love very much.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Camping trip.

The camping trip was great! We got up to Fairview campground on the Kern river and unloaded all our gear. The first thing the kids wanted to do was fish...and fish we did. We fished right there at our campsite the first day and fished up and down the river the next day. We even fished at a private little lake where I used to work. All that fishing and we caught nothing but we had fun just fishing and playing in the river. My brother cooked pretty much all the meals which was cool.

I kept telling the kids to keep their shoes on while fishing which didn't really work out. I was afraid they might catch a hook in their foot but they couldn't wear their shoes in the water so it was kinda a catch 22. It all worked out OK until we were fishing under a bridge. Jeremiah caught a hook in the foot, that poor kid and Sharp objects with his feet. Good news was, he had his shoes on like I had asked. So as I was pulling out the hook, and unraveling the fishing line from his leg, I got the hook stuck in my finger. Luckily it didn't go in too deep and my brother was there to pull it out for me. All in all, we had a great time.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Audition anyone?

I got an audition for something filming in Albuquerque, problem is auditions are this Wednsday. Not to worry, the amazing Chad is on the job. I sent in my headshot and resume and the guy who is casting sent me an email asking if I could do a video audition. I asked him if I would have a copy of the script or what he wanted, I then got an email with a phone number to call to hammer out details. I called and i will be getting the "sides" emailed to me. Sweet! He is filming not only this but a few and will use this audition for the future projects as well. I hope it works out.

The kids and I are getting ready for our camping trip. By doing so I have gone back into the dungeon we have as a storage unit to find all our camping gear only to find...we have none. Its been so long since we have gone I have no idea where any of it is, or where it went. I have two theorys. My brother will be in town tomorrow and we will get the food shopping done, look for a new tent and pick up whatever little gadgets we need. I have the fishing poles, sleeping bags, bow and arrows and other odds and ends ready. This will be an epic camping trip.

Sunday, July 5, 2009


I can't remember when the last time it was that I took a picture. I love taking them but have taken a hiatus of sorts. It might have to do with being so busy looking for acting work and spending copiuos amounts of my time in a car, it also could be the fact that I havent seen my kids in two weeks. I get them tonight and have a camping trip planned this coming week. Should have a lot of pictures to post then and many good stories to share.We enjoy getting out together and spending time doing all the things I remember doing when I was their age. We also enjoy just lounging around the house doing our own things; watching tv, playing video games, computers, board games, all sorts of stuff.Hopefully I get to taking and sharing more pictures, and write better, more acurately and more often.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Driving driving driving...

I went to L.A. yesterday and got my headshots done. I'm a very uncomfortable person around strangers and I think it comes across in the pictures. I need to relax, I do try to but it doesnt always work. Anyway, my brother and I got the pictures done and we were staying the night with his Father in law whom told told my brother he got tickets to see Year One at the Sony Studio lots theater where the critics and stuff see movies. The problem was, he was only able to get guess who doesn't get to go, that's right me. It actually didn't bother me, I would have loved to go but I was going to see Savannah at Comedy Sportz anyway so if I had had a ticket for the movie I would have missed seeing her and watching an awesome night of improv.After the Comedy Sportz show I hung out for her to get done with notes and we went out to grab a bite to eat. I found this cool little pubish place on my handy dandy iPhone called Bowrey on Sunset and Vine which turned out to be pretty cool. We ate, I had a beer, we talked, it was great.The next day my brother and I went to our little audition that was...well it was...its hard to explain really. The acting world is a very strange place and I'm learning the ropes as I go so hopefully I figure it out very soon. I am not sure if or when I am heading back to RC but I definitely need a little relax time from all the driving so tonight I might be going to a brewery if not, a winery tomorrow.

Saturday, June 20, 2009


Yes that is "sreepy" as in very tired/sleepy not "creepy" as in scary man. I seem to have had very little time for anything lately which is good to keep busy but I am exahusted. I just got back into RC a few hours ago and will go back to Temecula tomorrow night. If I'm this tired I can't even imagine how tired the kids are, but they are good sports and are trucking along nicely with very little bumps along the way.

I went to my audition yesterday and I felt like it was a little crappy. I was nervious and when I did my cold reading I held back. I wanted to get up and move but I just sat in the chair and read. When I called the person I was supposed to call today about it they said the notes basically said I "did ok, but think I could do better" also that I have "a look" what look that is, I don't know. He told me to schedual another appointment for a reread. I guess thats not to bad huh? It's better than "hahahaha, are you seriously trying to act?"

I am getting my headshots done Monday and that should help me get work as well. Without headshots they cant see what I look like to hire me and with a non professional head shots they wont take me sieriously anyway. So, I'm in town for tonight then I'll be in L.A., Temecula and possibly anywhere I am able to film a movie. Wish me luck and I'll try and keep everyone up to date.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Cleaning up.

I have been trying to organize things a little bit since I've gotten back but its not going so well. I go out to the garage and start but I have so much stuff that needs to stay in boxes because I'm in a temporary living situation, or at least what I hope is a temporary living situation, that I can't get much done. I have things I want to sell, things I want to keep for when I have my own place again, things I want to leave in boxes and just hings in general. I'm like my sister, a collector of collections. Some of the things I want to sell I cant bring myself to get rid of like comic books and things of that nature.

I am heading to Temecula to stay with my brother for a week or two so we can both go to L.A. together and look for auditions. It should help the both of us to have some sort of support rather than going it alone and since we are very different people with different talents, I don't think we will be competing with each other much. Even if we are though I'm sure if one of us gets something and the other doesn't we wont be resentful we will be happy for the one who gets a part.

I am still keeping myself very busy with local acting things. Not acting for me but with publicity and getting the new Ridgecrest theatre troupe off the ground. I was asked to be on the founding board of the Ridgecrest Community Theatre Troupe. It's a great honer to be asked and I hope we can turn it into a great community organization.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

The week long trip.

This is long, sorry but its all the blogs ive posted on myspace.

What a long day:Blog 1
I woke up today at eight and got us all ready to be at the hot air balloon museum by nine thirty. We made it there just in time for "story time". The thing is, when you go to story time you get in to the museum free. Audrey and I had a good time listining to the story but the boys seemed a little bored. After story we were able to make our own little balloons out of construction paper and tissue paper stuff. Audrey made one as did I, again they boys just hung out. After that we walked around and looked at all the memoribila from famous air balloon escapades and the history of the Albuquerque international hot air balloon fiesta. There were some interactive things for the kids to do and they had a blast playing and learning. After that we went to old town for lunch. I can't remember the name of the resturant but the server was kinda scary. I wasn't sure if it was a boy or a girl, I hate that. Putting that aside lunch was good, not great, but good. We then went to Exploria. It's a place with nothing but interactive things to do. Making big bubbles, making stop motion animation, light waves, you name it, it was there. It was a blast, we even rode a bike across a wire like they do in the circus. We played there for hours. It's all sience related but put in an interactive format so kids don't understand they are learning, it's amazing really. Once we did everything we headed up to the Albuquerque tram. The longest tram in the world by the way. It's an amazing ride and an even more amazing view. Once at the top of the sandia mountain the temp dropped to 44 degrees. Way cold. We hiked out a little ways but quickly came back to the resturant for hot cocoa and food. After we ate we headed back down the tram watching the sun dip slowly behind the horizon. What amazing fun filled day. Can't wait for the zoo tomorrow!

Wild Animals:Blog 2
And I'm not talking about the kids. We went to the zoo yesterday with a friend I have here named Gill. It's pronounced Jill but spelled with a G. Now that the confusions out of the way... We met up at the zoo at nine in the morning. When she walked up it was great to see her and her two children. I haven't seen them since last summer I think and boy they have grown. The first stop was the polor bears. Because it was opening time it was also feeding time. They put out some fruit right next to the viewing window so we got an up close view of a big polor bear, it was great and the kids just loved it. We also were able to make it in time to see the sea lions being fed. Now being that it's a zoo the animals don't put on shows but when they are fed, the feeders "ask" them to do certian things. It's amazing how sea mammals learn and understand what us humans want of them. The big one was being stubborn. He didn't go to his feeding spot and instead swam around having fun and showing off to all the other sea lions that he didn't have to listen. So when the feeders were done and left without him geting his food, he popped up went to his spot and looked as if to say "shit". It was actually quite funny, he was just like a teenager. We spent all day at the zoo. We had lunch on the grass, saw all sorts of amazing animals, Rode a small train, fed some colorful birds (that pooped on one of Gills boys haha) and played on an awesome jungle gym. And I only took one picture of a statue biting my junk and I only put it on Twitter ;) After we were all done at the zoo we went to spend a little more time with Gill and her boys at their house. The kids got along great and now have "out of state friends". We said our good byes and ventured off to my sisters house for dinner and a sleep over. Dinner was great at Raeshas, like always, and the kids played with their cousin in the back for hours, which was good because I was dead tired and didn't want to play. We had dessert, watched a little tv and audrey and sid went to sids' room for their "sleep over" and me and the boys took the couch and air mattress in the living room. Now we are waking up and about to head to temecula. New Mexico was great and the kids loved it here.

Driving:Blog 3
That's about all we did today, was drive. We woke up early and my brother-in-law, mike, made my kids and I breakfast. Panckaes and sausage. Yum yum. We left town shortly after we were done eating. My sister left for work earlier and woke me up to say goodby so I didn't miss her. When we left I gassed up andwe didn't stop til flagstaff. I forgot to drop something off to my friend when we visited on the way in so we stopped by again. She was at work but one of her roommates was there to get the stuff i had and gave my kids a drink. He was very nice. We didn't stay long then headed to another gas station on our way out and the cashier saw my plates and asked what part of california I was from, I said "a little town called ridgecrest" to which she replied "oh, I was stationed there. She said she left about 1974 and I told her a lot had changed. Then we were off again not stopping until reaching our destination here in Temecula. I am now going to sleep. Oh and by the way, my kids, being stuck in a car for 13+ hours... Were awesome! Not to many fights from the back and the ones that did happen, were very minor. And andrew was content being in charge of music and sitting in the front.

Lounge day: Blog 4
Today was a nice day down here in Temecula. Unfortunatly I haven't been sleeping well this whole trip so after tossing and turning all night, waking up and falling back asleep, waking up for the last time at five am I finaly got in the shower around seven thirtyish. The kids slept in and woke up one by one. We all had to be up and ready for my brothers wifes sisters high school graduation ceremony. It was no problem, the kids that wernt getting ready played together or ate something and the ones that were getting ready were... well getting ready. Me being up so early was ready all day. I had a big blueberry muffin for breakfast and some coffee but for some reason was still very hungry. I didn't want to get anything else so I just felt with it hoping it would go away, it didn't. As I waited everyone finaly started getting hungry as well so we decided to go to Burger King and grab a quick bite on the way to the ceremony. That's when my day fell apart. The graduation was at a Christian school, which isn't a huge deal but still makes me uncomfortable. Like I said, no big deal, move on. Then as the ceremony goes on I feel a rumble in my guts. I've felt this rumble/pain in my stomach for years and did my best to "hang tight" until I got back to my brothers. The ceremony finaly ends... and they serve cake and drinks. I very well can't tell my kids they can't have cake, and since I am now an expert at dealing with my stomach I "hang tight" some more. Ok, kids are done and we are headed (quickly) to my brothers. I'm trying not only to hold in whatever gastly things that are inside me but also beat all the people coming over for the graduation party so no one knows I'm pooping. As people start to trickle in I come out stealthly and intergrate without anyone the wiser. Problem was, it wasn't over. All day I've been in and out of the can trying to figure out what the hell went wrong with my stomach. I blame BK! So as I'm in and out, my kids are playing with the other children that are here and having a blast. Audrey has been a little cranky lately but the boys are doing great. I'm not quite sure what audreys problem is lately but I think it has to do with being on such a long trip and being up early everyday and going non stop. It's not that she's being bad necsicerily, I think she is just a little more sensitive than usual, that's all. So to end the day we had smores and sent the kids to bed, relaxed a little by the fire, watched tv and i am still awake writting this. Oh, almost forgot. My brothers mother-in-law told me how great an well behaved my kids are. Not just around the house but for the graduation ceremony as well. So long story short; I still can't sleep, ate BK that made me shit all day with a house full of people, watched a christian graduation in a church and my kids are the best kids on the planet.

Were home:Blog 5
Well my children and I are home safe and sound. I have blogged/tweeted/pictured all from my phone. How great is that!? not lugging around my lap top is great. The Iphone is all powerful and amazing, ok enough plugging.Our trip was great. The kids loved Albuquerque and everything we did there. Natural History muesum, Explora, Old Town, The longest Tram in the world, the Zoo, seeing family, meeting new friends, everything. There is so much more I want to do there with them. We also extended our trip to Temecula and enjoyed more family and friends. We went to the San Diego fair and got a frog which we named Kermit. Kermit will stay in Temecula and we will be able to visit him when ever we want.Now that we are home we are going to be spending a lot of down time at the house now that I'm broke. We will do some stuff but not a lot, we are all tired and need to just veg I think. After this week is over and the kids go see their mother for two weeks I'll be heading back out of town working on getting more acting gigs. As far as Projects here, the summer plays festival is just around the corner. The weekend of July 10th will see a great group of actors and directors that have been working very hard on their projects. everyone should go see it, if you need any info just let me know and I'll pass it along.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Safe in Albuquerque at my friends house. Stopped on the way in flagstaff to see a friend. We also stopped at meteor crater in Arizona. The kids loved it. Now it's time for sleepy sleep. More to come as the week goes on.

Sunday, June 7, 2009


I get my children tomorrow (should have them tonight but whatever) and we will be on our way for an adventure of a life time. Everytime I get my Children I try and do something fun but having only a weekend, we can't stay long or really do to much but we still manage to have a great time together weither its playing a board game or going to L.A. for a comedy show. Keep your eyes open for updates of our trip. I think I'll leave the computer home and update everything from my phone, should be fun!

Thursday, May 28, 2009


I don't have much to say. I haven't felt much like writting lately. I don't know why. I am getting myself ready to go to a funeral. That in and of itself could be one reason. I'm sure once its all over and I get to feeling a little better I'll return with a new vigor and passion for the written word.

I went to the viewing last night and met up with some old friends. We plan on seeing eachother more regularly and I hope we follow through with it. Sometimes in life its hard to make time, even to just hang out, but as close as we all once were I'm sure we will be again.

Friday, May 22, 2009

"Sad news"

"Sad news" Thats what the email was titled. Titles like that always make me nervious, with good cause. I found out last night that an old friend had passed away a few days ago, Caleb Bezanson. I say "old friend" not as in a friend who is old but a friend that I have known for many years. As with the many losses I have faced, I find myself asking the same questions "How?" "Why?" to which I know the answers will bring no better comfort, no real answers. It befuddles me, the strength of human spirit but the fragility of human life.

I have not seen Caleb in quite sometime. Still the news comes as a shock and disapointment. I will have many fond memorys to hold on to while remembering him and his family. The good times, the bad times and the "what were we thinking?" times (of which we had many). It's an interesting thing, the tides of life. How they bring us together and without even noticing, drift us apart.

Hug your kids a little harder, tell the people you love that you do and try to leave this world a little better than you found it. To Pam, Sally, Rich and the multitude whom are to many to list, My thoughts are with you.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009


Christian and I went shooting with some friends yesterday. We had a great time. One of them is from England and had no idea the feeling it brings to just grab some friends, guns, smokes and water. After that we went to another friends house for a swim. Good times, good times.Now that school is out I am no longer acting. This affects me in strange and interesting ways. I go through this continual wave of emotions when I get a new acting role and when its over. I love acting, its my life. I hope on my travels this summer I can pick up a few things here and there. I havnt written in a while and I now see the toll it has taken... I will write more later, hopefully I get it back.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Visual aide to last post.

From Left to Right; Katrine (President), Chad/me (Vice President), Christian/my hot girlfriend (Treasurer), Brittany (Representative), Beckie (Secretary). Outstanding job my friends!

From left to right; Gavin (best male techie), Krysten (best actor, female, comedic), Chad/me (best actor, male, both comedic and dramatic), Robin (best student director and best female techie), Christian/smoking hot girlfriend (best actor, female, dramatic). good job guys!


OK, so we had our Theatre Arts Club banquet tonight. We have one every year but because we were so awesome this year, we actually had it catered. I was originally on the planning committee but backed out because, as the V.P., I have done so much with the club already I wanted to kinda sit back and enjoy it. Yea, didn't happen. I have helped almost every step of the way. Its all good though. I'm not saying I did everything, I'm just saying I didn't actually get away from the planning committee. hahaha. As crazy as it was behind the scenes, I think we pulled off a great dinner and show and if you don't agree with me then, then...then whatever. Yea, I went there.As with every year, we held our votes for best actor, best techie, all that stuff. I won for both categories for male acting. That's great and all for me, but I was really hoping a guy named Calvin would have gotten the Comedic one at least. I like being recognized for what I do but then I feel like an asshole or something. There is a fine line between graciousness and arrogance, that's all I'm saying.

I also got a plaque saying I was Vice President of the Theatre Arts Club. Every officer gets one every year but I feel like the officers this year earned it. We have done a lot of work this year and I for one can look at this plaque in the future, remember 2008-2009 and feel good about what I did.

In other news, the final paperwork for divorce is almost done. I now know how much I have to pay for child support (for some reason that word always sounds so negative) The ex-is still difficult as all hell but I guess that's the usual with exes. I'm sure someday in the future once we all get used to our routine it might level out :l here's to hoping.Reading over this it kinda sounds like I'm bitching, I'm not. In any way. I have been enjoying life and being busy, its overwhelming sometimes but rewarding. I have also been cigarette free for about a month now and feel like I'm done for good. No huge cravings, just small ones that I quickly get over.

Friday, May 15, 2009

My computer

Well my computer is now back to life with a new addition. I am so happy to have my fun little device back. not quite sure what else to say right now because I'm busy putting a presentation together for my banquet tomorrow.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

I can't believe I screwed up so bad tonight. It looks as if no one noticed but I know. And I hate that feeling of working on something so hard just to screw it up at the moment it matters most. I know I'm hard on myself but it really gets under my skin. (hahaha. I said hard on. But no time to laugh about it now!)

Tomorrow will be better. I know I know my shit and I'll be spot on. But I still won't tell the people tonight I messed up. If they ask ok, but I'm not offering.

Show this weekend!

Holy crap. I haven't had time to do much. Well that is, much extra. Between publicity, school, my job, kids, and girlfriend I have very little me time. It doesn't bother me that much but I am looking forward to having it soon.

The play "Little Shop of Horrors" opened this weekend and yesterday we sold completely out. That has not happened at the college that I have knowledge of. This makes me very happy. All the people involved have been working hard on this project and I am very proud of what we all have accomplished.

As for my divorce... although it has been finalized in court by a judge there is a big brick wall holding something up, I'm not sure what is being held up but I know it is. I'm sure its the court clerks office because it is filled with morons and pricks (save one). Their supposed to fill out something and my ex is supposed to file something or something...all I know is that I have done my part of everything as far as I know and it seems as if I cant help it along. I will check Monday and see if they can figure out their mistake. But all that is small frys really because I'm not the one who wants to remarry, so as long as I am seeing my kids, I don't really care how long it takes if I'm not the one to blame. If it is me than I am completely in the dark.

My Brother is leaving Iraq in a few days and that makes me happy. He seems to have a tough time with wanting/not wanting to be there because he knows if he is not watching over his brothers in arms, they are not getting the proper protection, or direction they could be having if he were there. On the other hand his beautiful family whom he loves with all his heart is home stateside without him while he is away, not being able to have his wisdom at their disposal. He has made some great sacrifices and hard decision but I for one think he is a better man and greater human for it. That will never change in my eyes.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Sprinting to keep up.

Holy crap I have been busy! I got my radio drama finished with the Theatre Arts Club and can’t wait to hear it. My Divorce has been finalized and now I am able to see my children a whole lot more. We have a great time together and we have missed each other very much. It breaks my heart a little when they say things like “I’m glad we get to see you now.” but it also lifts my spirits to know they do love me.

Yesterday alone I did two radio interviews, sold advertisement space on our radio show, had food, washed the car, changed oil in car, did laundry for Vegas trip, then showered, went to work, got the kids for dinner, took them home, went to our final Theatre Arts Club meeting of the semester, and topped the evening off with two drinks at Mickey’s with good friends.

I have also been working on the play Little Shop of Horrors which has consumed much of my time. The play opens next weekend and is turning out to be fantastic. Although I am super amazing in the show, I think the plant will end up stealing the spotlight. Being the first musical I have had a role bigger than “Chours” it has been a learning experience for me.

I head off to Vegas today for the weekend and a little R&R, well I never really end up resting but it is so relaxing, strange. I’m going with my girlfriend Christian, my friend and his wife (Shad and Katrina), and my brother and his wife (Shay and Karissa). So it will be as follows: Shay, Shad and Chad with Christian, Katrina and Karissa…what a mouthful… you know what, I’ll let that one linger. Wish us all happy fun time.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

It looks as though I am now able to update my blog straight from my phone. This makes me extreamly happy. I am currently in the waiting room of my local newspaper with a fellow cast member waiting to be interviewed about our up coming show "little shop of horrors". I love doing publicity stuff. You work and work a character and that's what people see, so when you get to do publicity and be yourself, it's a lot of fun.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Today is only Tuesday and it feels like the week should be over already! I have tons to do. I have radio and newspaper interviews to do on Thursday for the up coming show. Those are always fun but early early and I hate early. I also have court tomorrow for my divorce, wish me luck. It's been about a year and a half so I'm kinda looking forward to it. I have been pretty busy with stuff this past week as well. I went to Temecula to visit family and that was fun. School and work has been keeping me pretty busy during weekdays... and I guess my brain is fried because it seems I have lost the ability to write anything of value :/

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Swing and a miss.

So my court date to get divorced and all the stuff that goes with it was scheduled for today 3/26/09. I show up at the court around eight or so this morning and find my name is not on the docket so I go and find out why. I am told that my court date was yesterday 3/25/09. This confuses me so I ask to see the paperwork in my file and I see that where the 26 was originally written it has been whited out and a 25 is now in its place. Somehow my ex found this out and decided not to tell me. I'm not that mad at her about it because it really isn't her responsibility to let me know but because I "failed to appear" the case was dropped and I have to wait another month for a new court date. I have records proving the original date was the 26th so I will be able to show the Judge those papers and hopefully he won't hold my "FTA" against me in any judgments.

This pisses me off for so many reasons I can't even begin to list them all. I have had nothing but trouble with the people I keep having to file shit with. I haven't figured out if its laziness or just plain incompetence but it needs to stop.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

The past week or so.

So I promised myself I wold be more up to date, alas I have failed. Last weekend I went to Mammoth and snowboarded for the first time since I was about 12 or 13. I had a great time there with some great friends. I have no problem speeding down a hill of snow in a straight line but stopping that's where the trouble begins. It usually ends with me on my ass. I did have a great time, all injury's aside, and can't wait until next time.

The week went by relatively smoothly. Went to work up until Friday (will be explained later on) had a read through of a radio play we are doing soon, hung out with friends on Wednesday...just normal, low key, relaxing stuff.

Friday I went on our Theatre Arts Club annual L.A. trip, hence no work on Friday. We left early that morning and went to tour Sony Studio first. It was a great tour and our tour guide had some of us do a little acting, which was fun for the ones chosen and fun for the others to watch. I was somewhere in the middle. He used me as a producer. I didn't do much but I was able to sit in the executive chair due to my "status" so that was cool. as we were standing in the hall to a sound stage an actress from the show Til Death walked through and past one really recognized her and even when the tour guide said who she was and what show she was on, not a big reaction came out of us. Sorry whoever you were.

On we went to the Jeopardy stage. Didn't do much there but sit in the audience section and talk a little about the show and blah blah blah, then we moved on. the rest of the tour was somewhat uneventful but still, I think its fun seeing a working studio.

After the tour we went to our hotel to check in and get ready for the show Grease at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. The was a really good show and even included everyones favorite American Idol winner Taylor Hicks but I have seen Wicked the last two times I've been there and Grease, Although fantastic in its own right, just isn't as spectacular. After the show we went to the hotel and went to bed.

I'll try and wrap Saturday up as quick as possible because I know some of you have an incredibly short attention span and may not have you much longer. We woke up for our combat workshop. It was the shizzy. We all were hacking at each other with big bad ass swords. After that we went to take a tour of the Kodak Theatre where the Academy Awards are held. It is very pretty inside and was very informative. Then we went to the Santa Monica Pier. I took a million pictures and we ate at Bubba Gumps there at the Pier. The on to Comedy Sportz for an improv show. They are in a tournament right now so the room was packed and we had to sit on chairs they had brought out from the back. Cool little side note, One of the guys doing the improv, who is extremely funny, is the guy who played the new Jason.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Back in the saddle again.

I have not been on the computer for sometime now. It's my iPhone. It has completely taken over my life. Between work, school, a girlfriend and getting my kids (when I'm allowed) I have been managing my time poorly. I'm hoping I have fixed that and will fall into a nice little routine soon.

Work has been going well. I just got done with my first week and now know the kids a little better which will help me tremendously. I believe this is the first job that i have had that gives me weekends off, so that's neat.

School is going well, still learning lines and blocking but we are great for where we are at and how much time we have to be ready. The set is going to be amazing and the puppet for Audrey 2 is amazing. My friend is helping with costumes and is making my little girl a dress to match the girls that sing on stage, I hope my ex lets me take the kids to see the show.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Coyote Idol Tonight!

Tonight is the 3rd annual Coyote Idol show. It starts at 7:30 and will take place in the Cerro Coso Lecture Center. It should be a lot of fun and we have a lot of prizes for the winners.

Today in about 30 minuets or so, I get to go down to the Police station for my Live Scan. Its an electronic finger printing that gets sent to the F.B.I and D.O.J. Its for my new job at the Boys and Girls club, basically making sure I have no prior record of crimes and especially crimes against Children. After That I have one more step before I start working...the T.B. test. I hate needles, of all the pre employment stuff this will be the hardest. Drug test, no problem. Background check, easy as pie. But needles...NEEDLES! :(

I also get my kids this weekend. Its been a few weeks so I'm happy to get them. I'm going to take them to Coyote Idol to see the show and tomorrow Christian and I are taking them up to the mountains to play in the snow. Not quite sure about Sunday yet but I'm sure we will find something fun to do.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Las Vegas trip.

Christian is now 21 years old! I took her to Las Vegas for her birthday and she had a great time. It was Christian, a friend (Tony) and me. We got on the road Friday morning at nine a.m. so we could spend time wondering around Vegas before our concert started later that night. We arrived a few hours later around noon. Check in at the condo is not until four p.m. but we decided we could just go there anyway and get ourselves oriented. I went to the front desk to inquire about discounts or coupons and low and behold, our room was ready and they were able to check us in. Sweet!

We took all our stuff up to the room and caught the shuttle to the strip. Christian had been talking about the White Tigers for months so we went to Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden at the Mirage. Price of admission was only $15, less than I had expected so we all went in. They have Dolphins, Tigers (both white and yellow), Lions and even Alpacas. We took many pictures, Dolphins doing flips, Tigers lounging about and even a Lion pooping.

After watching all the animals we decided to head to Ceasers Palace for lunch at Planet Hollywood. Christian ordered her very first legal age drink, a "Gorillas in the Mist". I told the server about her Birthday but she said unfortunately they no longer do anything for that, bummer. We got a plate of the infamous Texas Tostadas to split between us and some sandwiches. Lunch was great.

We then went to A small Casino called Bill's, formerly known as Barbary Coast. We started by teaching Christian Blackjack which didn't turn out to well so we then went to the slots, which again, didn't turn out to well. The time for the concert was nearing so we headed over to the palms to get ready. I won a few of the ten dollar tokens i collect but other than that didn't gamble to much there as money was quickly running out.

The concert started and blew me away. They opened with this duo called "Uncle Scratches Gospel Revival Band" they were great. Check them out but be warned, they are possibly offensive to a lot of you out there so if you do check them out just take the joke for what it is. So Puscifer finally takes the stage and puts on a show! And I mean A show. It wasn't just a concert with them playing music but it had pre recorded videos about the band and what it was about, they had stage actors come out dressed in costume doing a little comedy routine, it was great, I cant express that enough. It was there first ever show and I got to see it.

So when the concert was over, and as we passed by the drummer from Tool, we filtered out to the lobby to grab a beer and a Taxi back to the strip. The rest of the weekend was a little slower paced than that Friday. We gambled and won the rest of the time we were there and were able to leave Vegas with money, we met up with my Dad And his wife for lunch at Margaritaville which was awesome. I don't see them all that much but when I do we have a good time.

Vegas is one of my favorite places to visit and can't wait for next time! oh and in two weeks, snowboarding trip :)

Wednesday, February 11, 2009


I finally got my iPhone that I have been waiting patently for what seems like forever. It's the first Apple product I have owned and am a little nervous about but so far, I love it. I can now check my email on the go as I can with weather conditions, news, sports scores... just about anything I want really. What can I say? We live in a material world and I am a material, boy.

I also have gotten myself a job. I am very excited that the Boys & Girls club has hired me. To me its more than a job. I know kids can be frustrating at times, especially when they are in large numbers, but I know it will be well worth it.

Last but not least, I am going to Las Vegas this weekend for Christians 21st birthday. we are going to have a blast. I will take her to many of the places I love but will also go where ever she wants to go, do what ever she wants to do and see what ever she wants to see. I cant wait to write about this trip. I am also going to L.A. next month for a school trip which will also be a blast.

Monday, February 2, 2009

What a weekend!

I went down to Temecula to see my brother and his family this weekend. I needed an escape from Ridgecrest in the worst way and this was just what the doctor ordered. I showed up Thursday night around midnight so we didn't do to much other than go to bed. I say bed and not sleep because with me its always just bed and still very little sleep.

Anyway, so Friday we kinda just hung out and relaxed, not much going on but that is fine with me. Saturday rolls around and my brother is a huge UFC fan and was having a party for the fight that night. I got myself ready for the party, showered, got my hair did, all that stuff we have to do to be socially acceptable. People started showing up around five and for the most part when I was introduced the other person would say "So your the infamous Chad." To which the only reply I had was "If that's what you want me to be."

Drinks were had by many and I had a great time. Everyone was laughing, telling jokes, telling stories all outside with a fire going in the fire pit. Oh how I love fire. The next morning we woke up and had breakfast at IHOP. I love stuffed french toast. I then headed home to hang out with some friends in Ridgecrest for the Superbowl. It was a good game but just like when the Steelers beat my Seahawks, they had a little help. At the end, when the booth didn't review an obvious error in judgment on the field. But that's just my opinion.

Thursday, January 29, 2009


I got the cast list from Little Shop Of Horrors yesterday and I got cast as the Dentist Orin. Yes, I have to sing. No, I do not have any training other than loudly mimicking songs behind the relative safety of the windows in my car. This will be a great challenge for me but will be worth every minute of it.

I have been on the radio twice so far promoting Coyote Idol and our Friday the 13th Classic Movie Night. Being the V.P. of the Theatre Arts Club has been both exciting and utterly depressing. We have already done so much to promote the school, and in my opinion, more than anyone else. But every corner we turn we seem to be met with political B.S. from governing bodies of the school. Even if I were to stay here another semester, I seriously doubt I would try for a re-election. You know what? Strike that. If I do end up staying here I'm going to run for office in the Student Body and change it all from the top down. Lets all hope it does not come to that.

Monday, January 26, 2009

It's been awhile.

Some time has passed since my last post, sorry about that. I haven't been feeling all that hot lately and things just seem to be forgotten...OK well maybe I do think of them but then I ignore them. Things are going well, other than that. I had my kids this weekend and we celebrated my sons' birthday a little early. He will be 13 this week and I am just going insane because of it. He's a good kid and so hopefully he doesn't get into the trouble I got into around his age.

School has started and between classes and my duties as V.P. I should be kept busy this semester. Speaking of, on Tuesday the third we are having auditions for Coyote Idol. If you don't know what it is, its really just a talent show where the judges act like the people from American Idol. The judges don't actually pick the winners, that is up to the audience voting, but its a blast to watch.

I put an application in with the Boys and Girls Club as well. I'm hoping with the volunteer work I have already done they will know who I am and then hopefully have a job again, but only time will tell. That's all for now, I have to get ready for classes tonight, we have auditions and this one is a musical so I'm a little scared.

Monday, January 12, 2009

This is how I love to paty on Friday nights.

I had my children with me this weekend. It was great. On Friday it was my daughter's birthday. I took her, my boys and my girlfriend to a new place here in town called RC Bouncers. ( It's a pretty cool place but, seems a little strict. You have to go over the rules before you play. OK, no problem. You can't run. OK, two kids smashing into each other at light speed could be disastrous. No belts or piercings or poky stuff. OK, I dig. Piercings could get ripped out and belts or poky things could cause a major tare resulting in injuries or death.
OK, rules are fine and dandy but as my chillins began to frolic about, I noticed some rules not stated in the "Rule Meeting" one such rule as "I will blow my loud obnoxious whistle at you to get you to stop whatever it is you are doing." Getting someones attention and blowing a whistle in an inclosed space are two different things. The other rule I noticed seemed to be "No bouncing". This troubled me greatly as they tout "Bouncing" in their name. Seems strange to me but the kids had fun and I will definitely take them back.
After the bouncing we all went to John's Pizza for; dinner, friends, gifts and... so the kids could continue playing. We all had a wonderful time. Audrey got a few gifts in the form of money, which was quickly turned in for tokens. Everything else was Hanna Montana, well except for the socks which she did actually love. She turned in her tickets at the end of the night, got what she wanted and was a very happy birthday girl.

Friday, January 2, 2009

Pool table for sale.

I am selling my pool table. It is a great table, a few dings and scratches but over all it is beautiful. Real slate, Real wood, not some cheap Wal-Mart table. Let me know if you are interested and spread the word. $1000.

I wish I didn't have to but I just have no place for it and it is not being used. I figure when I can afford a place that is big enough for a pool table I'll be able to afford another one. Who knows, maybe even a bigger one with six legs :)