I was a student for most of my young adult life. Although my parents supported me during these years, I tried to be as independent as possible.
I was pretty sure that I would be a single career woman forever, but as I was finishing my last year of graduate school with plans to move to NYC...cupid struck. I met my husband at work. All of my big plans to move away after graduate school suddenly flew out the window. Instead, I was ready to settle down and make it happen right here in DFW.
One house, 3 dogs, and enough laughter to last a life time, here we are settling into our little House of Justice.
After weeks and almost a month of agonizing over this show - it was finally here! When I say agonize, I mean that we were worried and we were planning and a lot of blood, sweat and tears went into this...on a bunch of levels. First, ticket sales. They did decent to well. Second, special menus. They went pretty well with a coffee shop theme and cute marketing sign including Mochatini's. Third, the artist. He delivered. Although, I am not going to lie...his key boardist, Peter, was a little more out going...and that's all I will say about that!