Category: celebs

I’ve been making some headway on nutting out the bones of this sitcom. FINALLY! I’ll quite likely be procrastinating in ways that are deceptively helpful, such as these cool links to screenwriting blogs. The kids are begging me to get organised for Halloween (a hangover from our Canadian life). Am trying to muster up the energy for it, which, if I do, may involve these cool tidbits, namely cos they’re printable and the less effort and more finger-pressing-on-keyboard-to-look-successful, the better. This blog post SOOOOOOO makes me wanna go to England!!! Note: this is quite possibly due to the focus on…

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Training has been AMAZING. Agh! I’m learning so much it’s hard to keep up, I will post a nice juicy “things I’m learning” post tomorrow. But in the meantime, a few things of note in the past few days… 1. Eddie Izzard was, as expected, brilliant. He kicked off the gig by jumping into the crowd and running the entire length of the Hollywood Bowl, high-fiving folks all the way. As he caught his breath while taking to the stage again, he offered a word of advice: “If you’re ever playing the Hollywood Bowl and you decide to do what…

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The promotional tag-line for Justin Bieber’s new film probably shouldn’t disturb me as much as it does, but you know, neither should Speedos. By which I mean, they shouldn’t disturb me“relative to world events”. Yet they do. Back to the tagline: “Find Out What’s Possible If You Never Give Up.” The thing is, I am DOWN with the message. Really. Never give up. I love it. I believe it. I try my utmost to live it. And…I want my kids (at least one of which is very much in the Bieber demographic) to embrace it too. My concern then, is…

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1. A chess game. Not just a chess set, mind, but a chess game. It must be in motion. At all times. 2. A life-size model of a baby giraffe. No real toys shall be permitted. Oh, okay, you can have the stuffed monkeys but JUST TWO! And only on the condition that they have to sit and watch the chess game. Which must be in motion. At all times. 3. A giant bullet hole. It’s left there as a warning  and a memento. Of what happened to the last toddler who tried to stop the chess game.

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