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Sunday, May 25, 2008

Roughing it in Shiz

I'm tempted to just deliver a boring synopsis of events and get the heck out of here because I have a lot of things to do and a lot of things to read...but what kind of a person would I be? If I start cutting my blog posts short, what else will go in my life? Will I start cutting my sleeping short, and my eating, my breathing? God forbid! I will put a fork in it right here and now and draw this blog post out, baby, the good ol' Florence way! PTL I won that battle!
So Steve, Yosh, and I were carted down to Shizuoka for various reasons last week (last week? I think it was last week. A couple days ago, anyway), and one of those reasons was to participate in two CTPs. Now I have been in my share of haphazard CTPs, but these were so classy and so much fun that I can't categorize them with the haphazard. They were beautiful. Here are some smiley pictures.


Obviously we didn't think to take any of the sort of photos that are not show photos. But it was great to be together. Steve, Yosh and I hung around for a good while in the dining room the night after we spent an hour rehearsing "HAPPY" (which I couldn't find any pictures of, your loss), Sorya and YMCA. Fran gave us some painful Imojochu. Yosh pointed out that for the first time the three of us were actually officially in the same age group (the way things are supposed to be). We watched "Hair" and I haven't gotten over poking my eyes out every time I think of it.
Hey! You might catch my sister Kelly (with the lightbulb hair) and AM Kana in some of those photos, graciously trying to help us to vamp up our show. They're awesome.

7 comments:

Blogger Jesse Sou Pritchard said...

THAT is so cool.

5/25/2008 8:38 PM  
Blogger Masa said...

Awww... i feel so left out. I miss it.

5/25/2008 10:21 PM  
Blogger Florence said...

Yes Masa. I can't figure out how you became such a big part of shiz culture even though you were only there for less than a year, and that's altogether. You're kind of a sneak that slithered your way in, you charmer.

5/25/2008 11:39 PM  
Blogger Amanda Rudow said...

this post made me giggle.
i, for one, particularly like your long drawn-out posts. but then maybe that's because i'm a very long-winded person myself.
;)

oh that profile image of yours really draws my eyes. i think it's the vivid red. in any case whenever i drag myself to comment i always end up staring at it.

5/26/2008 1:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HAHAHA!! I love this soooo much! Go Kelly & Kana! oh, & here's one more exclamation point!
no, really, i do feel like I missed out - Not left out, because that might imply that someone or someones left me out, but no, i just feel like i missed something i may have enjoyed.

5/27/2008 10:58 PM  
Anonymous win said...

that last comment was me.

5/28/2008 3:22 PM  
Blogger Lolipop said...

wow, Yoshi in pink!
Yosh, how did this happen?

5/31/2008 7:54 PM  

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