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Just a little life update

Dear valued readers,
As Columbus Day approaches, it is time for my annual Columbus Day letter. I am living in Boise, ID going on my second year now. I have a beautiful apartment that overlooks the Homeless Shelter in beautiful downtown Boise and is only minutes away from the Fire Department. The location is great, and allows me to walk home from the bar if I ever desired. It's a little cramped in here with all of my boxes of stuff. I have a bike in my kitchen, no couch, and a twin sized bed that barely fits me. Things are going really well.

I continue to be employed with US Bank. It is one of the top five banks in the nation, so I am not worried about my job. Though if people keep taking their money out of the bank, the dollar is really going to drop. So stop it... I've been employed there for over a year and a half, so the stability is nice.

The Red Sox are inching closer to the World Series. I am hoping for a Red Sox/Dodgers World Series, well, because that would be interesting. My friend Danny is a huge Dodgers fan (he apologizes) and I am a part of Red Sox Nation, so one of us may possibly die if this World Series occurs. Of course, each has one more series to win, so I'm not quite counting my chickens before they hatch.

Single life is still happening for me right now. Not that I have a problem with that, but it would be nice to have a girlfriend now and then. Maybe I should stop looking at the Overland Bar. What's that? Charlie Brown's has ladies... Sweet.

As for my writing, that is still going strong. I am only a few chapters away from finishing my fantasy novel. Once finished and proofread, I will submit it to publishers and/or publish it myself. I am also working on a new play that I hope to have a read thru of by the end of the month, so I'll keep you updated on that. My good friend Carmen and I are looking to produce a play this December (hopefully) so if anyone knows of place that would put us up, please let me know. Am also submitting screenplays, looking for agents, blah, blah, blah, just the usual nose to the grindstone bull... Also, coming this spring, I hope to premiere the short film BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE: The harrowing story of Coach Boom Dynamite, who coaches hard and drinks hard.

So, that is that. I mostly wrote this to keep up with Danny's posts and to also update a few people I may not see every day. Until next time, when I examine the sociological impact of Lauren Conrad's fashion line and Spencer's laziness.



Danny Cerullo said…
You and I will be united in misery (and boredom) when the Phillies play the Rays in the World Series.

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