Yesterday I got to go into the city and enjoy a day as an adult. I had a beer with lunch, hot food (twice!), no one that I had to share with, and a whole train ride to read. As if that weren't enough fun, I got to go see a taping of the Rosie Show with my cousin (also friend).
It was a gorgeous day so it was nice standing in the rain. This was the point where I got close enough to take a photo of the door. We showed up almost an hour before we were supposed to and the line was already to the end of the building and starting to wrap around.
I wasn't pretty enough to be in the way front, but that was fine because it's a small set. So no matter what you have good seats, and this way I didn't have to worry about being on camera. I was there for the musical guest anyways.
There's a very blurry Rosie; she allows photos after the show for a short time. She seems to have a really good rapport with the audience, very chatty and very friendly. The people that had been in the audience numerous times seemed to get the good seats. That piano behind her was where Tori Amos played. I'm not going to lie, seeing her play in such an intimate setting ranks up there with the birth of my children (children coming first).