Today's morning sounded like a typical morning: the grinding sounds of the garbage truck, the brushes of wind from the passing cars, Howard Stern talking about his office pool of celebrity deaths... You can't deny this being a typical Monday morning. However, today is also the first day of Summer classes for me in Brooklyn College. I'm taking a speech class learning what I would think to be corporate speak.

While I'm at it with the class and my usual job, some of my favorite actresses (Bebe Neuwirth, Sandy Duncan, Karen Ziemba, et al.) will be doing a reading of the play The Women for charity on behalf of The Actors' Fund of America. If it weren't for the fact that admission costs $250 (with a party), I could've been there.