Ooooh, right? Anyway, Noey knowing them had nothing to do with how close we got to the stage. That was all us clawing and grasping our way up there. Worth it, though:
http://www.beatclubband.com/...they ...they are seriously great and insanely handsome) at Harvard & Stone (http://www.harvardandstone.com/) so Anna picked us up and we went there to "after party." It was FUN.
Friday Brett had a LOVELY Passover Seder at his apartment. He really does it up. Look at the table:
Saturday I saw a community theater production of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd with Deanna, Cassady, and Kyle. I did not take a picture...because I was sleeping (sorry Dee! At least we were back row!). I'm glad I went though, and seeing people work so hard and just really love what they do was inspiring. Community theater is something I don't usually check out and something I actually used to PARTICIPATE in (until I was 12 and decided I did not have the "classical good looks" required to be a movie star and would never be satisfied as a character actor), so it was nice to see.
Sunday was EASTER, so of course I met Noey for a drink at Alcove (http://www.alcovecafe.com/). We ran into our friends TJ, Charles, and Chris and enjoyed a delightful time with them, and then continued to hang after they left:
That's when we got frustrated and decided to throw everything on the table. It's a fun game we play. Then Emily came and met us and we went to her co-worker Michael's VERY GROWN-UP AND FANCY Easter Brunch. He made a HAM, you guys. Also incredible bloody Marys, chorizo, biscuits, and his friends made Spanish torta (that might not be what it was; it was egg and potato pie made by cute Spanish ladies with accents). And there was a BABY there. Like a real cute, cherubic blond baby. And a bunny: