Gamblerz were at the 4c office today, so I dropped by to see them. They won the B-boy Battle of the Year competition in 2004 and 2009.
FRA threw a Halloween Bash as a fundraiser for flood relief in the Philippines. It was a great show featuring talented performers such as Kaba Modern, David Choi and Macy Gray. And I can’t believe how nice Club Nokia is! It was a cool venue & I had a lot of fun on stage.
If you watch America’s Next Top Model, you might recognize her. I’ve been working with Analeigh on set of The Green Hornet. Today, she brought in a batch of home-baked cookies. They were so delicious I couldn’t stop eating! Yumm
Works been kickin in! I’ve been working strange grave shift hours, which makes the weather even colder! It’s been freezing working in the early morning hours. The fog is so thick in the morning, which doesn’t make the L.A. traffic any better.
It was my car’s lucky day. New tires are here! And I gave my car a wash, and it looks great! Looks & drives just like new.
I went to Skid Row today to be a part of The Jonah Project, an organization that feeds the hungry. It was a tremendous blessing to volunteer myself & feed those that are in need.
Next stop was Fresh 2009 with my cousin, which was amazing! It was a night filled with God-glorifying speakers & musicians.
My night ended with a scrumptious meal at Hodori and meeting Joseph Kahn.
One of my all-time favorite games is Settlers of Catan. After roaming around places with my cousin, I was finally able to get my very own at a store that looked like a dungeon. I also got the extension pack, so let’s play!
I had the opportunity to tour the LA Times warehouse today, and it was amazing. What an amazing place and craft! I have a lot of respect and appreciation for all the print makers there.
One of my favorite pastimes is golf.
I was able to golf today with my family. It was a good break from all the busyness in my life. And even better, I got a birdie!!
Oh how I love rice cakes! Today is Korean Thanksgiving Day, otherwise known as Chuseok in Korean.
Traditionally, we eat rice cakes filled with sesame seeds, red beans, chestnuts, or jujubes, and they’re delicious!!
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