Well, it has been awhile since I last posted and I've been busy! We've had an influx of friends and family come to visit over the past few weeks - soaking up the California sun since it is getting cool everywhere else. Things are blissfully quiet this week though. On the job front, I have had several very successful interviews over the past few weeks - none of which have resulted in my getting an offer, but I am still very hopeful that something will happen soon. If any of you out there are in need of a marketing communications professional, drop me a line! I will need my own office, assistant, staff, expense account, and perhaps a driver or helicopter pilot at my disposal - isn't that how it works in Hollywood? I've already paid my dues, I swear! ;)
Of course yesterday was Halloween and I missed my pre-L.A. friends so much! Every year for the past seven, my husband and I have hosted an outrageous costume party for all of our friends. No such event this year and I am mourning the loss. Then, to top it off, our apartment complex is so NOT children friendly (which is generally fine with us right now since we don't have any) that we didn't get one single trick-or-treater. Bummer.
So, what did I do with my evening? I watched "Friends" with my husband. No, actually my husband was at work late, so I watched the first half of the show by myself and the last half with him asking me questions about the first half. Sounds annoying, but it was actually cute. He is too cute to be annoyed with! Case in point...He called me on his way home from work to tell me that he heard it through the grapevine that the cast of "Friends" was going to be at Skybar at the Mondrian Hotel on Sunset Blvd. ringing in the Halloween holiday. I thought it would be a great opportunity to get dressed up, get out on the town, and see some famous people in the flesh. I figured hubby would agree because why else would he have called to tell me about it. Alas, hubby thought it would be even better to just watch them on the tele. So, I settled in with a bottle of wine and drank until I thought they were in the room with us. Hubby really didn't appreciate being called Joey all evening long, but at least I was amused!