Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Hello friends, family, and fellow funny folk!
What an adventure February has been so far! I trust you had a wonderful valentines day (and then went out and scored all those 50% off chocolate deals the next day). I’ve been traveling all over the east coast the past 6 weeks and there are no signs of slowing down in the next two months. From Amherst Massachusetts (the big paw print), to Atlanta (see photos of Georgia friends), a trade show work in Hershey PA (kid with giant dinosaur), and currently on my way back from Milwaukee... sorry there's no picture of cheese... I ate it all too fast.
I'm currently on my way back to New York for a fun gig with a returning client I haven’t worked with in years, and I can’t wait to see this one come to life. Also, if you are in the Binghamton area, I’ll be performing at the Firehouse Theater in Johnston city New York on leap day. A full day of magic shows and balloon twisting workshops!! So looking forward to seeing a few familiar faces. https://www.facebook.com/events/544457743043025/
In other news, I’m still looking to make appearances at a couple of magic or entertainers conferences this year. If you have a good one or two day get together that you love, please let me know. I have been out of the loop too long and I think it’s about time for me to get back into the swing of things.
One thing I have gotten to do despite all the running around is lots of spontaneous meet ups with friends. Not going to lie, I’m
looking forward to more of that in the next few months while I’m in the New York/Pennsylvania area. If you aren’t already following me on Facebook and Instagram, please go over and find me there! I post updates of spontaneous nights at some of my favorite Long Island restaurants, like Elisa's in North Bellmore, Garden Social in east meadow, Arooga's in Patchogue, Texas road house in Deer park, and even the garden city hotel! I try to give a couple days notice if possible, but sometimes I don’t know I’m going to be there until the night before.
Last but not least, I got the most wonderful post card surprise and it honestly knocked me back a little bit. I am constantly humbled and so grateful to have such wonderful people in my life... on that note, thank you for being part of my life story.