After another long and challenging day, I got back to Mel and John's and melted into a nice pair of (fashionable DKNY) sweatpants/pyjama bottoms and felt a dark-chocolate surge of comfort.
My office looks out on the Flatiron Building and a patch of Madison Square or down onto Broadway. There's a two-tier Le Pain Quotidien out the window as well as one of the CitiBike stands. People and jackhammers come and go all the live long day. Not that I am particularly aware of my surroundings.
|Looking toward Madison Square.|
On the fun front, SC, the associate producer for the show, is married to one of the biggest music promoters in town. He runs my favorite venue. For my birthday, and because she couldn't go, SC gave me tickets to this, A Tribute to Paul Simon, at Carnegie Hall. Check on the line and check out the line-up. And we had fourth row aisle seats.
And we got invited to the musicians after party at his venue. And I got to meet Bettye LaVette. Rock and roll.
|Ye old Flatiron.|
|Cupcakes from the post-production crew.|
|And some sweet tulips.|