June in bloom
Chuck E. Cheese, please
Nothin' better than the golden waffle
Mom loves the friendly service
The long view of Waffle House
Enjoying the sunshine on set
It was birthday month, so I wasn't concerned with getting much work. Before I went on vacation, I did go to one casting with a bunch of cute but fussy babies. That definitely prepared me for spending time in the back home with my nieces and little cousins. Those children wore me out!
First stop on my trip was Atlanta, which always hands me a big dose of culture shock. I love it though. From there my cousin and I drove to South Carolina to begin our nearly week long family birthday celebrations. We partied like it was a jubilee. We ran the streets. We shut down clubs. Even my mom and aunts were cutting a rug on the dance floor.
Summertime in the South is all about reunions and reminiscing over a cool glass of lemonade (spiked of course). And I did a lot of catching up with old friends and family I had not seen in a while. I even stopped by the tv station I used to work at, which was actually cool. It's comforting to know that no matter how much things change, home will always be home.
Next I hitched a ride to New York for a couple of days to visit my best friend. I ran into my girl Michelle from Feed A Model outside the Conde Nast building. Oh, I saw Amber Rose outside some restaurant. Random. No partying though... NY was pretty low key.
So finally, here's the breakdown:
Miles traveled: 6,700, but who's really counting
Trips to Waffle House: once, although I wanted to make it last forever
Jobs I booked over 1300 girls: 1, and it felt great knowing I scored the role.
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