Monkey! Monkey! Monkey! (monkeyx3) wrote,
Monkey! Monkey! Monkey!
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Some photos from last year.

Idle hands may be the devils workshop, but busy hands that don't allow for reflection leads to messy minds. Yes it has been quite some time since I wrote anything. every now and then I'll peak at my flist and miss the days I spent keeping up with the Journals. At least once a week I'll have a strong desire to write about something... but something else of higher priority will come along and smite the unfinished post.

I'm happy. I love my job. I love my kitties, did I mention we have three now? More on that later... maybe. Tom and I are doing great and are finally making some progress on the house. For a while I was worried someone would come over and ask me if I wanted to be on hoarders as our garage only had trails to walk through. Now Tom has a wonderful artist space to work in.

I am in dire need of a vacation. I haven't left the country since my mom passed away and I haven't taken any real vacation time since I started working again. I really love my job and they love me. I'm moving up and am learning lots of new stuff. I'm positioning myself for several lead positions which I have plans to fix processes and streamline.

I had my very first art show. The art is still up but sadly there was never an opening. I'll be shocked if anyone buys anything but it's still need to have shown my strange photos.


Me and some pictures of Drag queens.



I've also been quite busy in changing my looks up. For Halloween I shaved off my 'stach for my Dia De Los Muertos costume...


Tom and I had fun dressing up for The Dicken's Fair.


I dressed up as Freddie Mercury for my friend Matt's Studio 54 Christmas party. I took a ton of photos but there were not many taken of me. I really wish I had gotten a good one of me and Liza but this one of Andy Warhol and I turned out pretty good.
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