Saturday, August 13, 2011

Holy Movement Batman!


I am slowly but quickly, as oxymoronic as that sounds, coming upon my leaving. The good thing is that you get to filter through things again and see what really matters and what is qualifying as hoarder material.

I am about half and half.

Good news though! I got a part on a National TV show!

Granted it is only one episode, but I am still stoked. I am gonna have my last bit of work before I head out and have to put myself off the market for 8 months.

I film next week and play the "Teenage Referee" on Mr. D. I know with that name it seems of lesser significance but I do have a substantial amount of lines and am interacting with Gerry Dee who is the main character on the show, as well as producer.

For those of you unfamiliar with the show and Gerry Dee I will post some links below.

Basically today I have been doing tons of laundry and cleaning my current apartment before I move back to my home town and teach for two weeks.

The best part of laundry, besides your clothes being clean is that you find your favourite clothes at the bottom of the hamper that you totally forgot you had. It's like Christmas.

These next few weeks are going to hopefully be relaxing and not as stressful as my Mother is making them seem. I am stoked to move and cannot wait for school to start.

This is a rather short post, but I can promise more will come!

Night Abyss

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The Help

Alright Abyss,

So again, another month gone by and my posting habits have failed to come into effect. Rather then makes excuses for my lack of commitment I will just fill you in on what has been happening.

As stated before in my last post I was filming a commercial that day, it was a bomb time and I had a lot of fun (how's that for short and sweet). I am hoping, considering that finally got paid for it today, that it will be airing soon. I have been auditioning a lot for things and have yet to pick something up. I leave to go back to my home town on Sunday to see my best friend perform in The Secret Garden, written by Paul Ledoux. Then I am teaching for two weeks before I leave for the BIG MO, on the 26th.

It is going to be an intense couple of weeks and I am pretty tight for money.

I have now discovered how to make kraft dinner with an iron.

I have an audition today for a new TV show that is similar to The Office only it is about teachers in a public school. It would be some awesome last minute work before I leave and get me some good coverage to boot. Here's hoping.

These next few weeks, as stated, will be mildly intense. In lieu of these trying times I vacationed to the woods last week and realizes that being one with nature for too long can drive you loopy. I was literally dying of solitude. Needless to say when I came back I felt much better about myself and had a decent tan.

Food for Thought: Spending 5 days in the woods without a whole lot of human contact can alter how you normally deal with life. This endeavor can also lead others to believe you are a serial killer.

Anyway that's about it for now. I went to see Crazy, Stupid, Love and it was brilliant. If you get the chance go see it, as well as go see the Help, which I am posting below.

EMMA STONE all the way :)

Night Abyss