Oh all that stuff about the book and blah blah, it's much more fun when it's actually AVAILABLE! Yay!
Here it is:
Yay! Now you're all very kind in asking where you can get it, honestly, if you buy it through me I make more money. So if you'd like one, I dunno, we'll figure it out? Send me a check and I'll send you a book? I hadn't thought this through yet. But that might be the best way. And no pressure of course kay?
Anyway, it's fun that it's on Amazon. It's fun that it's a whole book. It's fun that on the side it says "Chicago Comedy" and then a little further down it says "Hicks." I mean, hell yeah! I'm not really sure what happens now, they're setting up some book signings (really??) and I have an "Author's Corner" at the Chicago Improv Festival on the 29th of April. I don't know if anyone will be at these things? So weird.
I took a huge group through the pedway today. I was so nervous, they were a huge group and have booked another tour for next week, so it was imperative that I killed it.
I totally killed it.
You guys, I spent 20 years feeling like an imbecile at my job. I spent 20 years trying so hard to learn to be disciplined, organized, to multi-task, to think critically and logically and honestly? I could never do it. Those last few years at my job as a legal secretary were hard ones. I really was constantly lost, hiding in the corner so someone wouldn't ask me to do something I didn't know how to do.
And suddenly, I'm not a dumbass anymore. I know how to do my job. I have hard days for tours I suppose, but it's nothing like my hard days at work. I'm good at this. I know how to deal in an emergency, I know who to hire to help me and I know my damn business.
I hate thinking of all the ladies (and men) out there who think they're stupid and that they'll always be lost.
Anyway, it's a good day even though it's the crappiest day EVER outside.