Wowoooowowoww, after 3 long & tiring meetings, the script for “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” is finally completed! I’m surprised that we actually managed to finish it, considering how much time we wasted fooling around, haha! Most of the time spent was on going on Facebook, drinking iced capps, going on Tumblr, making fun of Abby and taking pictures.
^ Our first meeting. Clearly, we are all normal people..
^ Meeting #2. It looks like we’re hard at work, but everyone is just on Facebook looking at the pictures from the faculty shoot (mostly at Cha’s), Thanks Charles!
^ Meeting #3. We were all pretty much braindead by this point.. too much thinking!
But besides all the nonsense that took place, we let our creative juices flow and it took off from there. It felt great to work with such an amazing group of people and everyone contributed their own ideas to the story (yes, even Mickee). This is the first time I’ve contributed this much to a PraiseTEAM production, and I’m really excited to see the end result. Just knowing that I helped in writing the script makes it that much more special to me. It’s like when my SrA class in PT competed for the first time: at first, it started as an idea in my head. But then we began to work hard and we spent many hours bringing the idea to life, and it became something beautiful when I saw it on stage. I know this show is going to be amazing, I can just feel it. The plot, the flow, the actors.. everything about it is going to blow the audiences mind!
The main goal our creative group wanted to accomplish was for everyone watching the show to feel loved. Will it work? I’m hoping it will, but who knows.. I guess we’ll find out when the time comes. :)
(more info on the event: https://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=174932435892417)
this is what blogging looked like.
A couple days ago I stumbled upon my old Xanga blog out of boredom, and re-read all the random things posted. Not gunna lie, I really miss rambling on about my day. Even though I was a silly LB posting ridiculous things, it was pretty interesting and a lot of fun! I then began to creep some of my friends’ Tumblr blogs (lol), and realized that blogging has evolved to something foreign to me (eg. re-posts/re-blogs). Yeah I agree that Xanga was pretty much just a giant wall of text with “tl;dr” at the end of all the blogs, but that’s what I’m used to.. so I’m gunna stick to my roots! So for now, don’t expect to see any re-posts ‘til I get back into the flow!
tl;dr I miss blogging, not used to Tumblr style!