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Hollywood Nonsense

My friend Justin lives in Hollywood and we hung out one night with only the loose plans of eventually taking photos and doing some read throughs and rehearsals for Raquel & Friends.  We didn't take too many photos, but here's some of me trolling around Hollywood.  I'm wearing a 1970s vintage apron dress and a Poison concert tee.  And Nike flip-flops, because I've gotten oh-so classy since moving to Los Angeles.  His fur felt very soft.  When you kind of match the lights...  True Life: My Hair and Face Were Unusually Greasy On This Day Don't hassle me...I'm a local!  Have I mentioned I can fly???  Do the flip flops kill the outfit? 😆  He would never hurt me. Too close? Ok, he hurt me. You'd have crazy eyes too if a blue balloon graffiti dog bit you too! I'm a flamingo now.
My friend Justin, who took my pics. Follow him on Instagram HERE
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OMG! Outfit Post!

Look what the cat dragged in! I've always insisted that I haven't quit blogging, and while I still believe that I'd more than understand if you doubted me.  As you know, my life has had a series of changes that have changed my schedule and my wardrobe slightly.  Recently I got some fun pics with my friend, Elizabeth McIrvin, a talented photographer and comedian, so I decided to throw them up on the blog.
I intend to start blogging more.  I make no promises as to how quickly it'll snowball into regular blogging nor about how many outfit posts will make the blog regularly (I want to start blogging a bit more about my comedy life and I have a bunch of posts on deck about grief and misunderstandings about it, inspired by the loss of my mom this summer).  But I promise I haven't forgotten blog land!
Without further ado, here's some photos from a fun day out and about with my friend Liz!

Fun facts! The dress is from Folter, which I believe is now defunct? I've been …