A fun dinner and Avenue Q last night with friends. This is a hilarious show, people. If you’re in NYC you must check it out.

I don’t usually post about celebrity sightings, as I’m in NYC and see them all the time and it doesn’t faze me much. But this week has been odd. On Wed. at my hair salon, I saw Genevieve Gorder from TLC’s “Trading Spaces” (of which I am a big fan). We use the same stylist. And then last night at the show, I saw Carson Kressley from Bravo’s “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” (a new favorite) AND Wayne Scot Lukas from TLC’s “What Not To Wear” (no they weren’t together) – he sat directly behind me and boy, was he wearing something not to wear – a black velour warm up suit, at the theatre!?
Anyway, I’m now convinced I’m being stalked by Cable TV Reality/Makeover Show stars. Is someone trying to tell me something?

And talking about makeovers, my hair cut was fabulous on Wed., today it’s a mass of waves and curls (I usually wear it straight) that I can’t control. Why does it only look good when I leave the salon?

Well, aside from all that, I will be awaiting a client’s feedback today (hope I will hear from her!) – defrosting my freezer, and playing mah jongg later. I suppose I can try and knit in there somewhere. Only 8 squares to go…

One Response to “Make Me Over”

well that was me at avenue Q, I had no idea there was a dress code for the theatre? I had been working all day like a dog and my friend called and asked if i wanted to see avenue Q. The seats were terrible so I said sure and came right from work in my work clothes. Who was gonna see me up in the nosebleed seats? I guess you did,…carson was running around sigining autographs and stuff and I was with two good friends and kept to myself. I am trying to remeber what you were wearing to see if it was theatre appropriate,…LOL Take care and it would have been nice if you said hello.