Tag: Matt Sadler

  • I Survived Eat Through Austin

    I Survived Eat Through Austin

    …and then this morning I Googled “master cleanse.” ooooooohhhhhhhhh man, I am full of food. This year’s food-trip with Tara and Dave was shorter than the last time, but I managed to get an extraordinary amount of eating in. I started strong and ended strong, you guys. I had ice cream for dinner last night. […]

  • It’s Still Too Soon To Tell This Story

    Driving home tonight, I thought about Mardi Gras in Austin, and how it’s been a while since I’ve celebrated Fat Tuesday. In the South, there are days leading up to it with anticipation — the food, the beads, the planned parties. There was a time when New Orleans made it illegal to go topless (is […]

  • LINKS!

    I’m spending Labor Day laboring. You shouldn’t be. Here are some links. My friend Alyson is keeping a blog about the movie she’s making. In case you were wondering if it’s easy. (It’s not). Longtime Squishy readers may recall my comedy troupe friends Matt Sadler and Matt Bearden. They’ve been working together on a videogame […]

  • Letters

    a few notes to send out Dear Eric, As much as you love visiting your family, I’m very excited that you are coming home tonight. I wish it weren’t so late. I’m not too familiar with the new airport, so I don’t know if I’ll meet you at the gate or not. I’ll be somewhere […]

  • swirly

    my tummy and my head Matt Sadler, of Natch fame, won last night’s Open Audition for Aspen. He’s going to Los Angeles next month to compete in another finalist round. How cool is that?

  • being competitive

    one upping the one person show Oh, I’m sleepy.  It’s been a long week, but I’ve only been at work for three days. We tech the show tonight.  This means for the first time ever people will see this show that aren’t Eric or the cats.  I’m a little nervous, but I’m sure Ray, Chuy […]

  • little voice

    I’m feeling a bit better Well, what happens when you sit around your house for two days feeling sorry for yourself and not talking? Your voice comes back. Not completely, but enough for me to come back to work.  Enough for me to get out of the house, which I really needed.  Last night I […]