Tuesday, October 6, 2009

the shock of the lightning

Since you're dying to know, I've been busy as f-word, lately. It hasn't been awful, but it has been tiring. Lots of good has come from all the running hither and yon, too. That's the biggest thing.

I shot with Rohan and it was everything I imagined and more. I'm so thrilled with the photos we got. I can't explain it. I'm really happy. I've been so fortunate to work with such talented photographers, stylists, muahs and all that already in my life...I don't know. I'm really lucky. I know that.

I start boot camp tomorrow, too.

Tuesdays: Yoga
Wednesdays: Pilates
Thursdays: Marka (Kostya)'s class
 * for those of you who may remember, Marka was my old trainer a couple of years ago. I love him. He is not married to Abbi, who used to be his assistant and they have a baby named Conor.

I hate boot camp. I hate running. I hate sweating unless I'm having fun doing it. Can't I just substitute the whole thing for tri-weekly dance parties? I'll still do the yoga. Hell, I'll still do the pilates. Just don't make me run.

Anyway, I had a great shoot, so that was cool. After that, I got to enjoy some time with some of the boys. We went to a party where Parachute Musical played and if you feel so inclined, you can lurk on their facebook or myspace or whatever. They're good, so check outski, for real. The party  was fun and informative, like parties always are. I saw some old friends, made some new ones-- that kind of thing. The cops came, though as often happens when rowdy twentysomethings get together in some residential neighborhood filled with real grown ups and try to drink beer and listen to live music. I watched a guy pee on the cop car on our way out, though. So, I feel like we got something back from the whole experience.  There are pictures of the band and the party in Feliciano Photography's facebook album, among others. There's even a picture of the cops, bustin' that shit up.

The shoot on Saturday also consisted of some light nudity on my part. Those photos are really great, too. I just don't want to give any family members a heart attack because my boobs are on the internet. If you are interested in seeing the final products of the shoot, as well as a ton of my other photos, feel free to look at my Flickr photostream.

Here's an example of what you can expect to see:

Nothing inappropriate, nothing indecent, nothing pornographic, so don't freak out.  Take a deep breath and appreciate it for the art of it all. And anyway, it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so while you're at it,

 also, check the new hair. It's good. Adam Campiari and the beautiful, wonderful folks from Dae Salon are to thank for that.

And just because I feel like saying it, The Cleveland Show  is not all that funny, but it doesn't matter because I didn't watch it.

Remember, I'm crazy about you,



lorenabr said...

Damn your week is full with sport! So how is yoga so far? Pilates I do it's fun. But running = HELL! Have a nice day!

jenn said...

I love it. I've been doing yoga for a while, but I'm new to Pilates. I agree with you, running = Hell.

The Lady Nerd said...

Love the photos. From what I've seen, these are definitely my favourite photos of you. They showcase your face, hair, and body as well as being good photos in and of their own right. (Then again, I'm a sucker for good BW lighting.)

It definitely does sound like you've been a busy gal. Where are you working out, out of curiousity? I need to get my bum back in shape but have little clue on where to go.

(PS - Hi Lorena! :P)



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