I always have a good time at the Bins, and this time was no exception! In Tulsa, I worked with James Ervin Berry and Scott White, who both put on an awesome show!
|James on stage.|
During the day, I occupied my time by going to thrift stores (Tulsa Goodwill, let me just say, you are the best Goodwill I've ever seen!), running at the gym, and catching up on movies.
|I had this entire bag gone by the time the previews finished.|
Oh, and I suppose I spent some time acting like a 13-year-old and selfie-ing it up.
I spent Sweetest Day in Tulsa, but luckily, I had an awesome date to share it with:
After the shows, I decided to get out and explore Tulsa. I first made my way to Trader Joe's (AKA the promised land). I now live over an hour from Trader Joe's, and my heart aches for it daily.
The only tragic flaw with Trader Joe's in Oklahoma is that they are not allowed to sell three buck Chuck due to Oklahoma's strict liquor laws.
After filling up on way too many snack items, I headed over to the Gilcrease Museum. To my delight, the museum had an exhibit dedicated solely to chocolate. Hence, the Gilcrease has now officially become my favorite museum (and the inspiration for me wanting to eat my body weight in vegan chocolate). The exhibit was so cool, and it even smelled like chocolate!
|Why aren't law schools offering a class in this?|
I then wandered around the gardens for a bit before heading home. It was such a lovely day!
On Tuesday, I headed up to Wichita. Upon my arrival, I found out that one of the local theaters near the club was having a Horror Festival. I love, love, love Halloween, and I also love scary movies and classic films. Put them together = Kate Brindle in heaven.
Oh, and did I mention the theater served beer? Again, heaven.
I saw a Vincent Price double-feature and sipped on hard cider. It was a fantastic way to start the week!
On Wednesday, I hosted a preliminary round of Wichita's Funniest Person. Not only did I get to see a lot of great local comics, but I met some of the folks in the contest, who could not have been nicer. After the contest, they took me out for drinks at Rain Cafe.
During the week, I worked with Gabe Kea and Louis Johnson, who were both hilarious!
I also learned that I make really attractive faces on stage:
I'm proud to report that I ran everyday during my week in Wichita.
|Halloween at Planet Fitness. Because running with a hangover wasn't scary enough.|