Thank You's

This has been amazing. This DAY, WEEK, EVERYTHING! Everything is amazing.

I saw all of my hard work pay off. I saw my dream come true. I believed I could do it and I went and fucking did it. From booking it to performing as 5 days. And I did it.

But I didn't do it alone. 

No one gets their success by themselves. It's countless hours of support, late night cry sessions, borrowed money and time, deep discussions on the word order of your newest dick joke, and love that make a person successful. I've been lucky enough and blessed to have that in spades. 

To my family and friends - thank you for the endless support. You are the first ones to believe in me and remind me of my greatness that YOU created. Love you guys so much.

To my Boston Comedy family: I can't thank you enough. To the people who first booked me, the friends who helped me craft jokes, the comedy crews I would roll with to Manchester or middle of nowhere for an elks club show - thank you. The comics I watched and learned from, the comics I drank with and bonded with, the comics who supported me and laughed at my jokes, the comics and the life long friends that transcended comedy and earned a place in my heart - you know who you are - thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

To my Rogue and Burlesque Family- You guys helped me hone my improv skills, my characters, and allowed me to go beyond my normal self and find the crazy, funny, confident, and sexy parts of myself. For that, I'm truly grateful.

My NYC Comedy Family - even though my time there was short you made me feel welcome. I felt apart of the scene and learned so much from you guys. You are the hardest working grinders in the business and I miss you guys all the time! 

To my outstanding support group here in LA - thank you for believing in me! You guys saw something in me and have worked hard to get me to the next level.

My Funniest Wins Family - That summer changed my life forever and working with you guys was elementary to my growth. Thank you!

To my LA Comics - You have welcomed me with open arms and I am so grateful for that. This year was rough and you guys are making it easier every day. Thank you!

To everyone else who has supported me, loved me, helped me, cared for me, laughed with me, believed in me, and bought my T-shirts ---thank you.

Thank you. Thank you. THANK YOU!


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