Well kids, summer’s over and with that brings a whole new world of struggles, but not without mentioning the break we took from them during the warm months to relax and refuel the tank.
In this episode, Nick talks about his trip to Chicago, IL with his buddies and Brie mentions her voyage to Halifax, Nova Scotia for the Atlantic Fringe Fest. Both reference their respective cities’ great garlic-bread-type products.
We discuss new and ongoing projects and how to jump back into them now that the colder months are upon us.
Special podcast shout-outs to:
Special Parks Canada shout-outs to:
- The Citadel
- Green Gables Heritage Place
- Province House National Historic Site of Canada
Special Toronto festivals shout-outs to:
And to everything garlic bread, we thank you.
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Episode 6 of my brother and my podcast, The Constant Struggle, is up & we’d love it if you’d giver a listen.
This time around, Nick’s got a new writing deadline he wants to get to before he takes off to Scotland with his family. Will the trip inspire him to write something while he’s over there? We’ll see!
Will Brie survive her month of insane-work hours and continue to work on her comedy all throughout, or will she have a complete mental breakdown along the way?
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Struggle On, friends!
Maybe I’m ready to start writing again. I had a pretty brutal couple of weeks there, but things are slowly beginning to become funny again.
As most of you might know by now, my itty bitty Peanut recently passed away. However, she did used to shed a lot, so I have since collected and created a fur-doll with her remnants. It’s almost as though she hasn’t gone at all!
New necklace. Why yes, that is regurgitated cat fur!
I’m also somewhat looking for jobs as it has become necessary since I’m on the verge of losing my current one. I can’t say I’m happy with my employer’s decision, so to make it right I will be spending my remaining time there repeating work I’d already completed to render my redundancy notice accurate.
My bridesmaid’s dress has arrived from China. When I told everyone at work it was too big, they all congratulated me for having lost weight. I didn’t tell them I ordered the dress 2 sizes too big.
Just take a couple inches off…
My new sketchprov troupe (that’s what you call it when your troupe performs both sketch and improv comedy) “Red Herring” are excited to announce we’ve applied to our first comedy festival; the Detroit Improv Festival. Fins crossed. I hope we get in. I really need the motivation to get my damn passport renewed. For some reason, the call of chicken wings from Buffalo just isn’t strong enough for me these days. We also have a few cool shows coming up in May and June. It’s always so great working on a promising new project that can actually go places, like Detroit!
It’s Spring. The Earth is waking up and so am I. <—- who says that shit?
(I do. Sometimes.)