To be #transparent my life the past month has been a bit of a sad country music song:
My family dog Rosie died.
Two people I know passed away suddenly.
I found out I had skin cancer and had surgery.
But before I get all “hopeless” in my lonesome blues, here’s what I learned:
- Life is fleeting and it’s important to tell those around you, even acquaintances, that you love them as often as you can. Ps- I love you! You matter. I am SO glad you were born!
- Get your skin checked! It’s covered under most insurance plans and it’s better to be safe. *1 in 5 people get skin cancer.
This month I started my second round of “Pitch Perfect” classes at Actors Connection and I’m already inspired by what this group is going to create!
I’m also facilitating a year long Mastermind (accountability group) for Ken Davenport. The projects these pros are working on are beyond rave worthy.
I really love helping people create and get their story out there. I truly believe there’s enough room in the world for everyone to be successful.
SAG-AFTRA asked me to join SAG-AFTRA’s Open Door 2019 Session as a “casting professional!” I’m beyond thrilled to get the opportunity to meet actors one-on-one and get to know them a little more personally. Especially excited because I’m already thinking of casting my next project! If you’re SAG you can check out the Open Door program here.
I had my first interview to be a full time casting assistant at a major office!
Hope you're feeling the love this month but if your heart is feeling a little empty just respond to this email and I'll happily remind you of how amazing you are.
Love always, (your now skin cancer free friend!)