Magician, Puzzler and Author • Los Angeles, CA
Mornings: a no-nonsense opportunity to warm up the brain by working the NYT crossword....
“I solve the New York Times crossword puzzle every morning, every day of the week.”
§ What time do you get to sleep? What time do you wake up?
Sleep at midnight. Up at 7:00am.
§ What do you dream about?
Usually whatever movie or television project is stressing me out.
§ What’s the first thing you do once you’re awake?
Hop in the shower.
§ What morning ritual do you have that’s sacred to starting your day off right?
I solve the New York Times crossword puzzle every morning, every day of the week.
§ What one possession/object is essential to your morning?
I always make my bed. But the rest of my bedroom is a mess, so it's totally weird.
§ With whom do you spend your mornings?
The New York Times crossword puzzle at the counter of my local coffee shop.
§ What do you eat for breakfast?
One "Dunker" cookie from Trader Joes. It's the most superior cookie ever designed.
§ What kind of coffee do you drink in the morning, and how do you prepare it?
Latte from my local coffee shop.
§ What’s the one upgrade you wish you could add to your morning?
I wish my gym were closer. Haven't been in weeks.
§ What do you consider the end of your morning?
My morning ends at about 10am. Apparently that's when Los Angeles starts working because the phone calls start coming in.