It's been a crazy morning and I love it!

The requests from casting directors keep rolling in, and we are so grateful for each and every project we are considered for. Of course booking the project is at the top of my list, but I treat every audition and call back as an opportunity to put on a show!

 I would never be able to get all my auditions filmed, edited and sent out if I update this blog each and every time, but I know you love to see the behind the scenes fun stuff, so even if I have to go to bed late, I will keep you posted.

So when I say crazy, it's really a normal day for us showbiz professionals. One project demands drama, tears and that I pull out my hair, while others require that I am energized and full of life. But I enjoy going through the rollercoaster of emotions. 

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The calling of being an entertainer is truly a blessing, manly because of the joy we spread to others, and just as one famous lady, Mrs. Ethel Merman, once sung through the lyrics of American composer Irving Berlin

The butcher, the baker, the grocer, the clerk 
Are secretly unhappy men because 
The butcher, the baker, the grocer, the clerk 
Get paid for what they do but no applause.

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