I'm proud to say I experienced my first earth quake this week. I've been in Cali for over 3 1/2 years and this was my first experience. At least it was the first one that I actually felt one. I was sleeping, the shake woke me up. My first reaction was to spread my arms and pause. After a few seconds of being in a flying position, I went back to sleep. The only thing I could think about was my computer stuff. Yet the shake wasn't enough to even get me out of the bed. I wasn't even sure it was a real quake until I read about it on Facebook and confirmed with one of my housemates.
Sunday, March 16, 2014
* For the second time I played basketball with no food in my system. I brought some crackers with me thinking I can snack on a few while I play and that didn't work. Last time I do that. It was a terrible lost.
* The G Blok meeting. Its the best meeting yet. Green light. Fall 2014.
|The G Blok coming to a television near you fall 2014.|
* Early hours in the morning I experienced my first earth quake. It was a registered a 4.4.
* Audition for Jacks Links (Agent Sent).
* Mosaic Improv level 301 with Michael. Lets just say I'm not doing my best improv right now. That tends to happen when I have a lot on my mind.
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
* Internet issues. Made a Boba Cafe run.
* QWF email.
* I called a girl today and the conversation went well. Its the girl number from last Friday.
* Special Delivery rehearsal.
* Mosaic comedy improv level 301 with Nathan.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
* I caved in. I can't rely on the magical internet signal anymore. I paid my house mate $10.00 to use his internet for the month. It's still practically free.
* Xbox Kinect body movement audition. I got a good reaction. Kind of thought I probably booked it but no call back.
* Played basketball and lost.
* Called the girl for the second time and had an amazing conversation. We laughed and even argued little bit. I thought the conversation was a success.
* Improv at Micheal's house.
|Imiprov at Michael J. Sielaff's house.|
|Chilling with my home Gromit the Rabbit.|
* Played ball again (2-2). Note to self. No more back to back days of playing basketball.
* Called a girl and left a message. No call back.
* Audition notice.
Friday, March 21, 2014
* Vitamin Water audition (Agent sent). I thought I did pretty well. This audition was all about the laugh. I auditioned with two other people and as we were leaving one person told me, "You have an amazing laugh." Who knows if I'll get it or not but I know I gave my best laugh. I've been smiling ever since.
* Random phone call from a guy who saw my late night show on Youtube, found my number online and called for advice. Advice on how to be the next Johnny Carson. I advised him the best that I could. I gave him the truth and the truth ain't what most people want to hear. I gave him a bit a courage for calling me but his fears are evident. More power to him.
* Casting director mail out part 2. I recall a surge of auditions following part 1. There probably wasn't a connection but lets keep the strategy moving.
|In my hand I hold a message for the gate keepers. Gate keepers let me in.|
* The girl I've been calling at least text-ed me back today. My attempt to take her to the movies in the morning failed. Game over.
Saturday, March 22, 2014
* Basketball in the gym. I even wrote my good Nikes. Did well in my 3 on 3 games, 2-1. But I can't say the same for full court. We were 1-3. Terrible.
I woke up on Wednesday and said enough is enough with this inconsistent internet. I was holding out from paying my housemate $10.00 a month because I wasn't fond of how he cut off his free internet access without a heads up. Nonetheless, I gave in. I have to often remind myself, humans don't communicate. His offer is still a great blessing and he's been great a blessing. My life became more convenient the day he and his mom moved in (June 2013). Before even knowing my name the offered me a printer that changed everything for me. Now I have consistent and reliable internet. My metro hot spot sucked and the magical internet signal wasn't always magical. Now I come home with no internet worries. Thanks David.
As the quest continues...
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