Got up this morning all ready to take photos, give a little to a great cause, and watch two great films. Well, I had the right attitude. The doors were supposed to open at 10:30pm, so I was a little surprised to find a line extending into the parking lot. I decided to take advantage of the line and take photos. It was probably already in the 90’s (at the time of this posting it is 106) when I took my spot at the end of the line. Rumor ran through the crowd that the event was sold out. I figured if someone didn’t show up maybe I could get in then, but they weren’t going to allow that until Serenity started at 1:15pm. I didn’t think it was a good idea to stick around for two hours on the chance that someone didn’t show up. I guess that’ll teach me to buy my tickets early. According to one of the guys at the door, the addition of “Dr. Horrible” is what helped it sell out. So, I came home with some photos and sat down to watch “Dr. Horrible” and write this blog. I may watch some ‘Firefly’ this evening just to console myself. If anyone got any photos, shoot me a link to them and I’ll post them here.
Got home an went to hulu.com to watch “Dr. Horrible” and cried at the end. sniff. What can I say, I’m a sensitive guy. I’ll put the complete series of Firefly in my Netflix cue and watch it next week. In the meantime, keep on Misbehavin’!
Click this link to see the photos.
|Can't Stop the Serenity Charity Event|
Great photos! I'm so sorry you weren't able to get tickets. We'd love for your photos to be included in the Global CSTS Photo Pool on Flickr - www.flickr.com/groups/cantstoptheserenityReplyDelete
I have uploaded them now. Thanks for checking out the site.ReplyDelete
Hey! It's the Penny/chick who was with the dark-haired Dr.Horrible. I only recently re-found your card and dug up the site to see if you actually posted the photo, and well. Here I am, haha. I just wanted to ay thank you for the picture. It turned out really well. : )ReplyDelete
Thanks for checking it out, Penny, and thank you for letting me take the photo. That's one of the reasons I put the site together was to get people involved. I love being able to keep people up-to-date about events in the area, but I also like to show those same people at the events. If you and your friends find out about events that I might not know about, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. And thanks again.ReplyDelete