The split was for Danielle’s party. In Queens! The boys with me came to Queens but never came to Brooklyn. Bizarre. Danielle’s place with Joe moved in; the very first public showing. Point of fact, I only saw Danielle’s apartment when I helped her move in. The whole place kitted out was very nice; very Art People, too. I met up with Jenny & Carla, Ovieh, David & Maggie & we rocked the joint. We ended up in the bedroom for a while? You know me, I am not a rememberer. Coming home was dismal, but not the end of the world. Zoom along on the R train, or the E train, or whatever path of the river took everyone away.
& then Moon’s day was Simon & Meg’s Trivariety show, complete with riddles & songsmiths & hated celebragrams. The attendance was a bit sparse-- & no Lauren, & I’d even brought her a present! First though I met Jenny in Chinatown & we grabbed some dinner—too much dinner on my part. I was so hungry! Our goal was two beers only, & we reached it, too! Teamed up with Mike again, & he’s good for it. A winner. Of course, we didn’t win. Two celebragrams! Not fair. We weren’t hitting the high notes; we just were not. Still, we won the door prize of spidered beer, & gave it to the girl on our team, who had just moved here. The music was a apple-juice drunk, Sissy Wishbone, who Simon says is like Foster Brooks, & I don’t know who that is—is it like Dean Martin? & also bobbyblue, who had a soulful voice but some did not like. The other entertainment was brought to us by the Bridge & Tunnel Players—& I’m not talking about the Brooklyn bridges. You knameen?