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.
Guys! This is not a drill. 3 new restaurants opened up this week around the Twin-City area. My husband surprised me by driving up to one today and I freaked out.
I even took a picture of myself in front of the busy door, but I thought it was a bit too ugly for you to see. My expression, however, had all the feels of every meme ever made.