New Year’s Eve is one of my favorite days because it forces me to reflect on the days gone by and what I made of them. I don’t like to dwell on the past but I do like to occasionally look back and remember what’s gone by. 2010 was a particularly good year although of course with every up there is a down. I seemed to take a nice turn with my comedy and am in a better place with it than ever before. I was part of some amazing shows, started working for a new club and met some amazing people and very talented comics. Personally I am in a better place as well although some family relationships have become more distant and some friends have faded away. I don’t always think those are bad things. I also seem to have a better handle on what needs to be done in the coming year. I know where my future can lie and also and convinced more than ever as to what it cannot be.
Beyond being a day of reflection, New Years eve is also a day of celebration and last night was spent doing just that. It started off with a wonderful meal, crafted by hand and shared with my favorite person in the world, Mr. No Game. He even did the dishes. Then we headed out to the New Year’s Eve show at the Comedy Studio. It was an amazing show with a great audience and even greater comics. Working with such talented people (and some of my personal favorites) as Tony Moschetto, Dan Bulger and Jono Zolay was a wonderful way to end the year. After the show we all waited for the annual dropping of the ball surrounded by friends, comics and an odd array of bad dancers. There’s no other way I ‘d rather have spent the last moments of the year. Happy New Year!