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:: Recap ::
Only a week has passed since my exhibit, but it feels like so much longer.

Because it coincided with one of the worst storms to hit the country this year, the first run of Storytelling Through Pictures & Songs was an intimate affair. The show was well received, but a number of people who missed the Temple show wanted another one. Two weeks later, we had our 2nd run. This run, set this time in V Bar, went well. On behalf of Carl, Pippo, and the other people behind the show, I'd like to thank everybody who attended.

Friday & Saturday
With the first two installments of May Day Eve over, it was time for the marathon to begin. With 4 shows in 2 days, I had no idea how we were all going to keep our energy levels up. Somehow, though, we managed to survive. More importantly, we put up 4 good shows.

Of course, no production is complete without a party. After the last show, cast and crew trooped over to R&J Bulalohan in Mandaluyong to eat, drink, and otherwise be merry. We didn't wait until sunrise to start heading home, but we still ate up most of the night partying.

Our currently unnamed company had its first board meeting. I'll post more details on this soon.

Watched 2046 and was left speechless. I'm thinking about putting up a review, but I don't feel like it right now. Besides, I'm not particularly excited about dissecting this movie. I just know I enjoyed it, and that's more than enough for me.

What was supposed to be a block reunion & Christmas party turned into a digdipper gimmick. Because nobody had thought of bringing any alcohol, we had to make do with what we had - but it wasn't so bad. Numerous servings of stuffed mushrooms, callos, chicken, and mango panna cotta meant we were all sober, but stuffed silly.

Those who know the place should be able to figure out why I was a bit reluctant to go to Lei's birthday bash in Government. I'm glad I went though. Catching up with old friends (as well as taking advantage of an open bar) meant I had a pretty good night. On top of this, I managed to do some Christmas shopping, chipping in to get a kimono inspired outfit for Sam.

Of course, the night would not be complete without a trip to a 7-Eleven or MiniStop. The girl who "loves convenience stores and such," her sister Sarah, her friend Piotr, Ria, and I eventually fled Government, heading over to another part of town. We found nothing else of interest though, and ended up in MiniStop. There we ate and drank ourselves to sobriety until some ungodly hour in the morning.

Rest still eludes me. This morning saw me snapping away in PowerPlant in Rockwell, and while I've spent most of the afternoon in bed, tonight will see me at another party. I wonder how much longer I can keep this up.

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