I took this yesterday, the first day of “Do Shave December.” As I said on my mid-month photo the hair on my cheeks and below my typical beard-line is my beard growth from the beginning of the month. Anyway, I think I’ll keep not shaving until given a good reason to shave again (e.g., interview, date, etc.). #latergram #noshavenovember #beard #facialhair #weirdowithabeardo (at Whiskey Bent Saloon)
Four friends, four nights, for the ages. Thanks for checking-in and seeing Last Vegas in theaters. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at CBS Films.
Hold on to your hats.. Cher is in the building! Thanks for tuning in to Dancing with the Stars tonight! Keep watching on Mondays at 8/7c. Share this one proudly. It’s from our friends at ABC.
Hello, loyal and not-so-loyal readers alike…I know I haven’t blogged in a while, but here’s a video for you that I can’t help but share! Several months ago, I posted a video called “I Charleston Nashville” in which I participated, part of the “I Charleston the World” project. This is a fun project started in Europe where cities and towns all over the world post a video of their citizens doing the Charleston, a dance from the 1920s, on YouTube. Up until now, I think the Nashville video was the best (I’m a bit biased since I was in it and I live in Nashville), but now Huntsville, Alabama has an even BETTER video! I’m in this one as well, although you have to have a quick eye to spot me. I would explain why this one is the best I Charleston the World video, but I think I’ll just let you watch it for yourself, and it should become blatantly obvious if you’ve seen the others.
Make sure to reblog, tweet, Facebook post, like and favorite on YouTube, and share via any social medium you can so that we can make the video go viral! This incredible video deserves all the attention it can get! Also, go and visit Huntsville! It’s an amazing city with a great swing dance scene, a life-size rocket ship, a space center, beautiful botanical gardens with a butterfly house and indoor waterfall, and tons of other awesome attractions!
Oh, ONE more thing! I promise this is the last thing! I must give a huge shoutout to Andrew Rozario, the director of this video! He comes from Nashville as well, and he’s an amazing dancer, actor, and filmmaker! He’s the redheaded engineer at the beginning of the video.
Anyway, I’m done rambling, so watch the video and then share it like crazy!