Saturday, August 7, 2010

#37 There's no place like home

Alright, time to play catch up! I have been working like crazy lately, and barely have time to watch my shows! By the way, I started watching Breaking Bad from the beginning and it is a great show! I really recommend it because I can't seem to stop watching. I love shows that keep you on your toes.

So a few weeks ago I went to an event at the Palihouse called The Darker Side of Green sponsored by Lexus. It's this new campaign that involves a comedian being a moderator of a green inspired debate. This event had Andy Samberg as the moderator. I got the pleasure of meeting him and he was such a nice guy! Other celebrities who showed up were Ashton Kutcher, Kristen Bell, Sophia Bush, Jeremy Piven, and Adrian Brody. Open bar, hor d'oeuvres, and good music always makes for a good time.

For Fourth of July, Hilary and I went back to my home town to see my family! It was a much needed trip, because I miss my family so much. It is so hard being across the country from them. Whenever I go home they always spoil me with delicious meals. We went and played Whirlyball one night with a bunch of my closest friends. If you've never played whirlyball then you're missing out! It's whiffle ball meets bumper cars meets basketball! It's so fun! My mom, Hilary, and I went and walked along the Detroit River. Then during the weekend we had a huge barbeque for family and friends. It was nice because my family from Tennessee was up in MI for the occasion. It was an amazing trip that I will never forget! Each time I go home it gets more and more special. It's true when they say - there's no place like home.

If you haven't seen Inception yet, then get your butt to a theater ASAP! In my eyes, this is going to be the movie of the year! The film is mind-blowing and material that has never before been caught on camera. The idea is unique and absolutely fascinating. It still has people questioning how it was filmed and written. People in the industry cannot stop talking about this film and that is when you know you've made a ground-breaking film. The cast is phenomenal and every word keeps you on the edge of your seat. Everyone leaves the theater with their own take on the film and their own idea of what happened at the end. As the audience you feel like you're in the dream with them! I can go on and on about this story... but just go see it!

I am still loving my job at Evolution. I am learning so much and really beginning to understand how films/tv shows get made. You can't get anywhere without the help of an amazing manager. It feels so good to be a part of the process! Oh and just a side note... when I went to go pick up lunch the other day for my boss I talked to Puck and Santana from Glee! I told them how much I loved the show! They thanked me :)

Be looking for another blog real soon for Little Spoon's newest creations! You are in for a treat!!!

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