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Friday, August 7, 2009

Is anyone listening?

I don't know if anyone even reads what I post. . . but I like to believe they do.

I have had a roller coaster couple of weeks~ Some of it may be due to my meds, but most of it's just "life". Bryan still doesn't have a job. He has applied for like 50! No interviews or calls yet. It's a tough job market here I guess.

I have been Digital Scrapbooking up a storm! LOVE IT! I have also completed 3 regular scrapbook pages. . .so :) So I'm not a complete traitor.


Our lease expires in a few months and we found several apartments near by that are SUPER nice & new and would be at least $100 month cheaper! We are trying to weigh the pros and cons of moving. . .we'll be in Phoenix another year, so It might be worth it. Anything to reduce monthly costs.

I did submit for representation from a talent agency here in Phoenix and I got a call back :) I meet with them the first of September. It's not a 'for sure' they'll sign me, but it's a start. My classes are going really well and I do think I am getting better. . . I think so anyway :)

Oh ~ and my book is complete with my edits done. . for now; I am going to mail it to Deseret Book Publishing to start with (aim high) this week! Hooray ~ I'm finally doing it. If you want to read a couple chapters of the book you'll have to beg me and maybe I will post one or two :)

These are pictures from our motorcycle ride in Idaho while we were home. I barely got them downloaded to my computer. . . so they are a little old.



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4 comments:

Katey said...

I read your blog =)

Your scrapbook pages are awesome...I love to scrapbook!!! I haven't tried the digital pages yet, but are inspired to!!!

Congrats on finishing the book!!!

Sorry you have had a roller coaster last few weeks! Praying the week and weeks to come are MUCH better!

Cammi said...

Wow! You've done a ton of awesome digital scrapbook pages already! They look great. I'm so glad your last performance went really well. How fun to do something you LOVE! I hope it works out with getting the representation you're looking for. Exciting things ahead for you!

I hope Bryan finds a job soon. The economy is such a mess right now. It sounds like he is awesome in his classes. How long is the program?

I'm so glad you are feeling well! I'm sorry to hear you've had some roller coaster days. Those are no fun. So much uncertainty in the life of a transplant recipient. But so much hope, too. You are great about expressing both sides of it. Thank you for the insights. Hope you're feeling better about things now.

Take Care!
Cammi
P.S. Your new headshots are awesome!

Somer Love said...

keep your chin up!!!! I love the scrapbook pages so crazy to see Bellas belly.

the talent agency would be crazy not to sign you and PLEASE PLEASE Post a chapter!!!

Jennifer said...

I like the pages!! I have done 3 so far! I need to get moving! I think digital will be the only way I might get stuff done!

Where to start to learn about my transplant!

Thank You for taking the time to read my blog. I am hoping that through this blog and my experiences that I can bring hope, faith and strength to all that may be living with Cystic Fibrosis, CF with Cepacia and Lung Transplant recipients. Information and blog entrees start Nov. 07. My Double Lung Transplant was on Dec. 10th 2007. Please feel free to read about my experience and ask me any questions! My email address is jamiebug77@gmail.com

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