First off, I made a ZOMBIE VIDEO! It’s the first thing I’ve ever written, directed, and produced.
Secondly I am a woman entering the next phase of her life, hopefully with an open heart and open mind.
Although uncertainty and trepidation are tagging along behind me, I hope to continue to be led by my desire for creativity and inspiration.
As you can see, I have an eclectic taste in what I find touching and amusing, but I hope somewhere in the array of what I share, you’ll find something that you like.
Welcome to my little corner of the world. I hope you’ll stay a while and share this new journey with me.
I’ve started to be a bit lax in doing this, but when I’m not sure what to do on any given day, this is what I’ll shoot for:
Snapshot Sony Sunday
Movie and Music Monday
TMI or Tidbit Tuesday
Weepy or Witchy Wednesday
(now called Weighty Wednesday)
Fun or Funny Friday
Spaghettios Dude Saturday
Tonight, at the Thursday Fright Night, was a viewing of Christopher R Mihm’s “The Late Night Double Feature”. This was a special treat, since Mr. Mihm makes his 1950s-era “drive-in cinema” movies here in Minnesota.
After the screening, people could go up to his display table to buy some of his other movies, take pictures, get autographs, etc; but I decided to just smile and head home. I really wanted to talk to him and tell him that I’m an actor and have also attempted to create some of my own ideas, but I just didn’t think of how I would approach such a discussion. I’m sure he gets people bugging him for work all the time, so I let it go for now. Maybe someday if I feel like I’m ready to fully jump back into acting, I’ll send him a headshot and resume. For now, it was nice to watch someone else’s hard work pay off.
Tonight starts the annual Thursday Night Fright at a nearby theater. I’m pretty excited that I haven’t missed the start this year. I would love to make a goal to see each one, for the rest of the summer, but I guess we’ll have to see what happens.