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Author Micah Cambre


It’s been non-stop since I got off the plane. And I’m not complaining! Lots of work, lots of good food. It’s weird. I may have five whole weeks to do everything, but I already feel like I’m in way over my head! I know I’ll be able to see and do everything at least once, but even still, I feel like I need more time! But, this just means I’ll have plenty to look forward to when I take my next trip back.

Speaking of which, I made a phone call for the job that I interviewed for last week. Turns out there’s still a decent chance that I could land the job, obviously after a second interview and a few more questions. They are still interviewing, but the HR person told me to contact them when I get back if I’m still interesting, which I let her know that I am. I wonder what will happen in the next month?

On my first night of socialing with friends, I went to finally see the concert I’ve been dying to see since I found out about the band. Eisley has been around for a few years, but finally released their first full-length album this past February. Needless to say, I’m a big fan. I even bought their CD, and that says a LOT. Great show, a little shy on stage and in person, but it leaves plenty goodness to be desired. They are doing a solo concert series starting in June after 20 day break. I wish I could go to their future concerts but they will already have left LA when I get back! darn.

Friends in Houston and Texas, if you read this and haven’t heard from me yet and will be in the Houston area between now the middle of June, call me or e-mail me. I don’t wanna neglect seeing and spending time with anyone. My schedule is pretty full through the next week, but as anyone who really knows me knows, my plans could change in an instant. The more spontaneous you are, the more likely I will be to change my plans for you (does that border on really fun or sorta sad?… haha).

two things

I am so tempted to buy a ticket to this. If only I could talk myself into it, it would be an opportunity of a lifetime to see the actors of Family Guy read a script live!

Aside from my huge desire to go to that, I’m hoping to get some tickets to the House of Blues to see Eisley in concert. Eisley’s debut album is pretty sweet. If I listen to it enough and like it, it will probably appear on the sidebar as a groovy CD.

I wish I knew more people who were as fanatic about Family Guy as I am. It gets old doing everything by myself, but paying a lot of money to see the Family Guy reading just isn’t worth it by myself, or at least I keep telling myself that. If I went, I’d probably try to bring a camera in there with me and take some cool photos!

Anyway, those are two things I want to do. Anyone in LA reading this??