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Gratitude, the Past, the Present - Chicago Burlesque Dancer Red Hot Annie Weinert
She really makes the wieners boil!

Red Hot Annie / Ann Marie Weinert
Date: 2011-11-03 19:21
Subject: Gratitude, the Past, the Present
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Do you ever clean your work space and then suddenly feel super productive? That's what happened to me, yesterday. All of a sudden, I got shit done today. No small thanks to Kriss Abigail, who has to be one of the best life and work organizers I've ever met. :)

I'm working tomorrow morning on set, fortunately it's a half-day so I won't have to miss my aerial class or radio interviews. Believe it or not, one of the places I'm going on the air at tomorrow night is Fearless Radio! Y'all remember when...?

Doesn't this seem like a lifetime ago? I still miss Katy!

I have to say, I'm really looking forward to Saturday - the Live Band Burlesque show (I promise a proper title for the next one, in February) is going to be great. We're already on the verge of selling out (I'm sure there's a dozen or less tickets left at this point). Everyone's acts are really polished up and lovely! I can't wait to share the video with y'all afterwards.

BUT I'm also looking forward to our first craft fair, which is also Saturday. We've got 9 vendors, and there's already 50 ladies registered to attend!! That's far more than I expected, and we've still got another full day before the craft fair, which is generally when people really sign up for events. I hope it will be successful for everyone, because I'd love to continue hosting events like this in the space. It brings good mojo, ya know! :)

Corporate events, private parties, and the like this weekend, too, of course. Every weekend, really...I don't remember the last weekend we had where there weren't at least 3 private events. Cha-ching! Hey! Those swarovskis aren't gonna pay for themselves, am I right?! :)

But really...just so grateful I have a crew that can rise to the challenge of refine and develop acts for high-pressure corporate gigs, let alone being able to create new material for cohesive shows. That's no small task, and I'm grateful I've got really dedicated folks in my corner...I never dreamed I'd be a part of something so fulfilling.



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