I wrote part one because I greeted Candy & Denise at the airport, because of tight schedules and a gnarly storm, windy snow/ice pellet mix, I didn’t get to officially say goodbye in person. Here are some photos and post.
Candy settles into the desk, where the magic happened.
Dave Hamsted who’s a writer for one of my favourite CBC shows Still Standing. A show that celebrates small community living and finds. Now I understand why Still Standing is so awesome, it’s partly because the writers get right in the day to day of each place they visit and write a comedy show for the host. He was my favourite, not because of the above but the flow kept me from falling asleep. I was tired, I was up since 5:30 am it was almost 10:30pm. It didn’t help that the man beside me was man spreading and I was feeling anxious. I know his husband from the car dealership my parents use. So I tried to not freak out sadly I had when I accidentally dropped my device and made him aware of the space issue. I took him aside after (the person I know) and said to him what I felt. He realized that it wasn’t normal for me and I apologized to him. You never know what others feel.
Frozen Charlotte, it wasn’t a fun walk home. I’ve never been this frozen even as kids I was smart to go in and warm up. I couldn’t stand it. I wasn’t far from home and seeked shelter in front of a church.
Enjoyed the show from start to finish, Lars Cailleou just added me on twitter another highlight…I knew the name & Candy mentioned he’s been on the Debaters (a CBC radio program). There were a lot of CBC affiliated comics and varied styles. It takes all kinds to make a show work.