To the many new friends that I met at the Texas Renaissance Festival on Friday I’d just like to say, thank you for making it one of the most fun days in my life.
There are so many new people that I’ve met that I don’t remember your names but you can definitely see your photo below. Special thanks to Taarna the Ice Queen Faerie for the beautiful handmade pin that I’ll treasure forever, Queen Bonnie and her Realm for making me a Knight (Don’t worry, I will smash the wicked peeps at every opportunity!).
Thank you Arsene Dupin – Juggler, Magician, Comedian, Mime Extraordinaire, Louis and Matt – The Fabulous Other Brothers, Blair the Beer Mistress, The Kissing Lady that was so sweet, the guy from the Houston Roller Derby with the beard and kilt, my special friends from Goodwill, the English couple in black leather that I had my picture taken with last year and this year, and finally to all the hundreds and hundreds of people at the Texas Renaissance Festival who make me feel like a King.
Thank you all and I’ll see you next year! MORE PHOTOS HERE!
The Tumornators and Jeff Francoeur of the Atlanta Braves present the 2nd Annual Rock4Research benefit concert on Nov. 28 at Wild Bill’s. The concert features Matt Moore opening for headliner Rhett Akins.
Akins is known for country hits including “What They’re Talking About,” “That Ain’t My Truck” and the No. 1 hit “Don’t Get Me Started.”
Francoeur, Matt Stinchcomb of the NFL, Morten Anderson and other sports stars will spend time with guests at a VIP party beforehand. VIPs will also be able to enjoy catered food sponsored by Kroger, Chick-Fil-A and Chili’s. VIPs will also have the opportunity to bid in a silent auction featuring signed sports memorabilia and other exclusive items; VIPs are guaranteed to receive signed picture of Francoeur.
All funds raised by The Tumornators are directly donated to The Children’s Tumor Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to raising money and awareness for the painful illnesses Neurofibromatosis and Schwannomatosis.
Francoeur has supported The Tumornators since their beginnings in 2007, and has donated $500 to the Children’s Tumor Foundation™ on behalf of The Tumornators for every home run he hit in his 2007 season with the Atlanta Braves.
Rock4Research tickets will be available at the door and online, costing $20 for the VIP party and $10 general admission. The VIP party begins at 8:00 p.m., and doors open for general admission at 7:00 p.m.
The first 50 guests will receive a Rock4Research T-shirt signed by Francoeur.
For more information, please visit www.rock4research.com or www.tumornators.com .
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Thank you Scott for allowing me to be your guest at your home. Lisa, Maeve, and of Course my friend Clive. There is no way I can explain how happy I feel about the way things went for me.
It’s good to be home, but sad to leave the company of my great new friends. Thank you all for your kindness.
Photographer: Greg Gorman
Reggie is currently on vacation in Los Angeles visiting with his new friend, Scott Dickson and his family. While in LA, Reggie had the opportunity of visiting with old friend, Greg Gorman. Greg is an internationally known photographer known for his stark, vivid images of the famous and not-so-famous.
Greg has been an important part of Reggie’s life since being introduced to Reggie by Houston socialite, Carolyn Farb.
Reggie has been featured in Greg’s books and showings.