The show. It was so good and so fun and I loved every second of it and I think the audience enjoyed it, too. It was nice to hear the laughter and feel the energy and to live in the moments that people thought were funny. Afterwards, we had a big ole tasting party and everyone got a little hammered and I was just walking on cloud 9. Still am.  Afterwards, I thanked the festival producer for taking a chance on a show that was untested and unproven, and she said something along the lines of "You and Jen are such old pros that we knew no matter what you did, it would be good." What a compliment!

The new episodes will be posted in a few weeks on foursquirrels.com and on iTunes. I am excited to see them. We drank Hum and Salmon Vodka and made a new shot called the Candied Bacon shot. Yum?

Tomorrow, we take off for NY state for an old friend's wedding. It's going to be a rip roaring good time. I'd like to think that I'll be able to blog more in the coming weeks, but with things as busy as they are now, I can't make any promises.

I am happy to say, though, that I am in a great place right now.  I am feeling good about my life, my active endeavors, my choreography, my place in the comedy world, and my place as a woman in the comedy world. I feel like I am really coming into my own. It feels spectacular.