I’m still thinking that it’s kinda weird that you can talk talk talk talk and not really get any response back. It’s one thing to be a quiet introverted person, but it is another thing to be completely rude. Or just so completely anti-social they shouldn’t be allowed to exist. lol At least not in my life. I’m starting to run out of patience. I have too many options. Now I just need to exercise them. And I will.
I have all morning to get thru tasks because my call time isn’t until 3:30pm. Although I will allow plenty of time to get there. You know LA traffic!! It can be brutal and the last thing I want to do is be late. I’m so excited to be working on Comedy Bang Bang. It will be so fun to meet Scott (that is who my scene is with,) but after looking at the call sheet it seems like I will be done fairly quickly. I’m reviewing the class list at my gym in Studio City. I might be able to make a yoga class on the way home. Today is a cross train day. No running which is good because my legs are definitely tired from all the running over the weekend.
I wrote two chapters for the voice over book. Or I guess it is more like an “introduction” and one chapter. I sent it off to my co-author and hopefully he can doctor them up.
I got caught up on tons of e-mails and now I’m studying my monologue for Saturday. But I should probably get in the shower and get ready, then sit down and study. That usually works out better for me. I always get carried away studying or reading and then realize I’m running late.
I can’t wait to get to Comedy Bang Bang!!! This should be a fun day.
Too little communication
Not listening to likes and dislikes
Being elusive - a huge turnoff!!
When my kids were little they would say “hecka” instead of “hella” because that is what most of the parents approved of. I never really thought about it but gradually as they got older we all moved into “hella.” When my son’s ex-girlfriend from Florida lived with me I was making sandwiches and I said “wow, this bread is hecka soft.” She was silent and I looked up at her to see a very confused face. She was throughly lost. I explained that hecka was the milder version of hella. She said “oh…ok.” Still looking lost. I guess you have to be bay area to get this. Anyway, I had completely forgotten about “hecka” until today. I stopped in at the beauty supply store to buy my hella expensive conditioner and I saw a new product on the counter. A product that you put on your hair when you get out of the shower and it claims to cut your blow drying time in half. My hair is sooooo long and thick and takes a good 45 minutes to make sure it is dry. I asked the sales girl if the product was good and she said “It dries your hair hecka fast.” She looked like she was around 30 years old, but the minute she said “hecka,” I thought…….perhaps she is much younger. It just made me laugh so much because she looked so professional, mature, intelligent……and then she said “hecka.” lol I wonder if people are equally as perplexed when they hear me say “hella” so much. ;) I guess it doesn’t matter cuz I know I’m the shit!! lol