“Lookie here boy!”
I hate it when my mother talks to me that way, even more so, a friend.
It agitates me, and I can’t tell you how many times I get that on the set.
Yes, as someone that is responsible for overseeing the set, making sure everything is peachy, and that everyone is satisfied I dislike not living to my fullest potential.
Don’t you ever get that feeling that you do your best, but then, “Oops, I forgot that one thing.” -__-
That’s what happened to me this weekend when I was on the set, and well… We needed the carpet cleaned because TIM spilt his coffee all over the place. Fortunately for us, my boy Andrew over in Humble FIXED the entire situation. You can learn more about him at VT Carpet Cleaning Humble.
Anyhow, so I was agitated because “Big Bertha” as I like to call her went and started talking that stuff and I knew that she would not let me down.
You see, I exposed to her that I’m a bit of a perfectionist, and well she never gave me a days rest after that.
That and well we were about to be on set in about an hour I desperately needed the carpet cleaned.
So, today’s shoot was all about the house disappearing. You know how everything’s all perfect one day, and the all of a sudden thunder comes on? Well, the thunder signifies the coming terror about to take place, or the downfall, or something ominous.
I learned about context clues back while I was in high school, and my English teacher decided to reveal the magic behind the movie theatres. Hence why movies never surprised her much, I guess…
Nowadays I’m there watching it all take place, and it is wonderful, but it detracts from what I watch on the big screen. I mean, I know exactly what will happen, you know?
Pro tip: If you ever get into the movie business you will hardly be surprised when watching the movie you helped to create – just saying.
Will catch you next time,
– Mucho Amor.