Tagged with Christmas

Block 560: December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas, or as I’m choosing to call it: HAPPY INTO THE WOODS DAY! Date: December 25, 2014 Crane: 560 Days Spent on Project: 675 Location: NW Portland, OR Person I would have sent it to: After I worked with Candice non-stop for two months, I was extended an offer to interview with the Yale … Continue reading

Block 559: December 24, 2014

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone. Date: December 24, 2014 Crane: 559 Days Spent on Project: 674 Location: NW Portland, OR Person I would have sent it to: Muffie M. I’m sitting in my costume shop at a sewing table, rather than my office, since only one person besides me needed to be present at work today. … Continue reading

Block 549: December 14, 2014

Sometimes the best thing you can do on a Sunday morning is sit next to your French Bulldog and give him a neck massage until he falls asleep. Date: December 14, 2014 Crane: 549 Days Spent on Project: 664 Location: NW Portland, OR Person I would have sent it to: Daniel B. When I was … Continue reading

Block 524: November 19, 2014

Another one of my Bowery Beauty series. Date: November 19, 2014 Crane: 524 Days Spent on Project: 639 Location: NW Portland, OR Person I would have sent it to: Jacob D. Pigg. Growing up, I was diagnosed at a *fairly* young age with Asthma. The doctor, my first asthmoloist, in my childhood rated it almost at … Continue reading

Block 295: December 25, 2013

  Date: December 25, 2013 Crane: 295 Days Spent on Project: 312 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Barb L. Barb was another one of the 20 or so Acting Apprentices my first season at Actors Theatre of Louisville. In that first “production” I costumed with them, she played … Continue reading

Block 294: December 24, 2013

  Wait, it’s Christmas Eve?! Date: December 24, 2013 Crane: 294 Days Spent on Project: 311 Location: Apartment, Washington Heights, NYC Person I would have sent it to: Nancy V. Nancy was another one of the interns at Actors Theatre of Louisville during my first season. For the life of me, I cannot remember what … Continue reading