Friday, January 13th 2012 - And I quote, "Almost 5 1/2 years ago, Emily and I met here [The Lucky Lab] as strangers. Other than the obvious function of proving my work (that I did something to earn something like money in return), my homemade currency is meant to represent who I am - and I am, very much, Emily (almost as one flesh)." This production scene was a very special union in time and space of our on-going quest to write our Happy Homemaking Theme.
The dining room of The Lab was packed, and I felt nervious as always working in public. But it's hard to feel too nervous when Emily's with me. She is my home, traveling with me. I also got a little help from Clay, a Lucky Lab Employee who agreed to find me a box from his trash pile to make your cover from. It's a mini pretzel box from "Block and Barrel," a company distributed by the evil corporate person who calls itself "Sysco."
I was jealous of Clay's work uniform. I wish I could get away with that one dishwashing at The Moon Colony!
Long ago, on our first date at The Lab, Emily and I were parting ways outside on the street. She moved in for a hug. I'd just spent five months alone on the PCT, so I wasn't feeling too cozy with human contact just yet...so, because I enjoyed our first date (and because she was a sexy dish), I gave her a big high five. It's been our signature move ever since, and we thought it'd be appropriate to sign your production scene with it too. "I love you Emily!"
PROP COSTS: $10.80 + (STORYTIME WORKED: 3hrs 5min x OUR EXCHANGE RATE (based on fed minimum wage): $7.25) = $33.15