In 2017, Malakeh and I started talking about producing a show. We wanted something for the people who were having trouble getting booked for the more mainstream shows — the stuff that’s just that little bit too dark, or too freaky, or pushed things just a bit too far.
When I moved into my house, I did some fairly major decluttering, but I couldn’t quite bring myself to do anything about my clothes. And then, I spent the better part of a year opening my wardrobe, complaining I didn’t have anything to wear and going to class in the same pair of black leggings and black t-shirt.
I think we’re up to part three of the Anxious Archie series, and this is one of my favourite parts — DAYCARE! If you haven’t read the first two parts, catch up by checking out some background on his doggy anxiety by clicking here and read my thoughts on the Dog Monitor app here.