Andrew Hamm: the Bipolar Express

Ruminations on theatre, music, and just about anything else that crosses my bipolar brain.

Monday, December 25, 2006

Merry Christmas!

I wish everyone the merriest of days! It's a fairly typical Richmond Christmas, 50 degrees and raining. Aunt Ginny gave me loads and loads of awesome Red Sox stuff, and James Brown is in Heaven singing "Merry Christmas! I feel good!"

As a present to all my friends and readers (all three of you), all four songs from Under the Star on my MySpace page will be available as a free download for the twelve days of Christmas. Feel free to share them with your loved ones.

Everyone please be safe out there this week.

God bless us, every one!


  • At 12/26/2006 6:01 PM , Blogger Frank Creasy said...

    Now Andrew, I read your blog on occasion...and my cat Otis usually sits and reads with me, so that makes at LEAST five!

    Merry Christmas, Happy Boxing Day and Happy New Year!


    Oh, and Otis says...wait...

    "huh HUH, huh HUH"

    NO Otis, NO! Don't puke! Don't puke! Don't...

    "hack - gag - SPLORT"

    Damn it! Sorry Andrew, gotta go!

  • At 12/27/2006 5:14 AM , Blogger Joey Fanelli said...

    Man, I hate it when that happens.

    And you know, I sometimes think cats do it on puropose, just to watch you clean it up with that arrogent yet alluring smile and purr.

    Oh well, if it makes me gulliable to own three cats, well then I think i'll just go and buy me a bridge then.

  • At 12/27/2006 10:05 AM , Blogger Andrew Hamm said...

    Last Christmas, Aunt Ginny gave me a fleece Redskins blanket. I wear it proudly on cold game days, but it usually sits in the corner of the couch. My cats, Mercutio and Sebastian, alternate who gets to sit on the heap of burgundy and gold. It's just about their favorite place to nap.

    Recently, it's also become their favorite place to puke. I had to run it through the laundry Christmas morning because they had left a deposit on it the night before.

    But I do love cats. I don't know hos I ever lived without them.

  • At 12/27/2006 1:43 PM , Blogger Joey Fanelli said...

    Yeah. As humans, we aknowledge that, when you look at the facts, cats are basically using us.

    But really, I don't think we care.


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