On a positive note...

Sometimes it's hard to see the positive aspects of life, but I'm trying.

Friday, June 16, 2006

Life is good and getting better.

David has really been struggling this year as an actor. Before this week he had only gone on 10 auditions for the year. I think it had something to do with his old agent at the agency he is with. Anyhow, that agent left to open his own management company. I wish him luck and thank him for leaving.

David met with the new agent for the youth division two weeks ago and this week she sent him on four, yes count them, four auditions in three days. One episodic, a commercial, and two film auditions. Just got word he booked the episodic with no callback. Woohoo! You rock son and so do you Darci! :)

Monday, June 12, 2006

Trump this!

One of the message boards I participate in is Professional Actors Resource Forum (PARF). While discussing The Apprentice one of our members, Jen, suggested that they should bring the show to New Orleans and let the contestants perform projects that would help with the rebuilding of that great city.

As a native New Oleanian, I'm very much in favor of anything that might help my hometown become the great city it once was. Wouldn't it be a wonderful way for these young executives to showcase their skills in a city that has to rebuild it's infrastructure. They wouldn't have everything they need to perform their tasks readily available like they have in New York and Los Angeles. Seriously, what kind of challenge is that compared to the one they'd have in New Orleans? It would take some very innovative, talented people to complete the jobs they were given.

Donald Trump would be doing something noble spending an entire season helping a great city rebuild. And in return he'd probably end up with the best Apprentice yet. You'd think something like that would be right up this real estate moguls alley. I'm inviting anyone who reads this to join me in signing this petition and Blogging for New Orleans.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

What a great idea!


Did you ever have one of those moments in life when the light bulb finally turns on in your head? Mine happened yesterday and boy was it mega watt bright. I have a purpose and goal that even I thought unattainable before yesterday. Now it seems so easy that I wonder why it has taken me so long to get there. I'm covered in goose bumps I'm so excited about my future. It's so me. I've found my calling and I know I'll be happy for the rest of my life doing something exciting, wonderful and fulfilling. The best part is, I know I'll be kick ass good at it.