Hope you all had a safe halloween!
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Tonight, I'm heading out to an event I can't wait to attend!
I was one of the lucky few who got a ticket to a sold out Tron event promoting the new movie coming out in December of this year. I'm a big fan of the original Tron. I've been dying for this one to come out since I first got a whiff of it.
Well, actually, that's not entirely true. When someone said they are making a Tron sequel, I could understand the point. I mean, technology has come so far since the original was released. However, I doubted the story would hold up. I really didn't want to see a favorite film butchered for the sake of some cool special effects.
But then I saw the reveal of the new light-cycle... then a trailer... and then I was sold. (Not to mention, my mom went to high school with the Bridges family, so it's always fun to see things Jeff is in.)
So tonight, I'm going to see 20 minutes of the movie in IMAX 3D. I can't wait... T-118 minutes and counting..
Monday, October 25, 2010
|The tail of my audition sticker - and the mountain of audition paperwork.|
An audition in which a large number of often inexperienced actors or performers try out.
I had been standing since 8am.
|Walt Disney Concert Hall|
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
It’s been unseasonably cool this year in Southern California, and I’m loving it. In fact, I’m learning to soak in everything a bit more. As my excitement for the future builds, I take the work of each day, and the ups and downs a bit differently. It’s as if my eyes are more focused on the “big picture” once again. And it feels great to know there is so much of life I’m looking forward to.
I’m not ready to spell out all my dreams on this blog right now, but let’s just say, this pretty much says it all.
It's been a LONG time since I've felt this way. And it feels good.
Monday, October 11, 2010
It was awesome... but, that said, part of going to Disneyland "on vacation" (rather than "on a research trip") is ... the FOOD.
We ate Mickey Bars, Churros, New England Clam Chowder in a bread bowl, and these little cup cakes, just to name a few goodies. Between that and the lack of sleep inherint that comes with a short Disneyland vacation, I packed on a few pounds.
So that said, I've developed a new challenge to see me through until Thanksgiving.
No Dining Out!Personally, I see where this will help me meet a lot of my goals. Financially, physically, and otherwise.
So one day at a time, I'm fighting my Disney hangover with LOTS of water. (We got a bit dehydrated, as it was warmer than we expected on Friday, and I've just FINALLY been able to shake a 3 day headache.)