I’m packing for filming tomorrow right now. I don’t like packing in the last minute. It can be very stressful. And I don’t want to end up forgetting things when I pack in a hurry. So, I always prepare everything the day or the night before. Then in the morning, I will check everything one more time, in case I have missed something. This is life as an actor: Packing, unpacking, being on set constantly, being somewhere new, sometimes unusual and in the middle of nowhere. But, I love it. This is what I love doing. So no matter how tough it is, I do not mind. Last week, I was on set, we were filming a night shoot out in the cold all night two days in a row. It was unbelievably cold. It was very challenging. I have done some night shoots before, but we were filming indoor. So, it wasn’t that bad. That’s how it is, life on set. You’ve got to love it. Otherwise, you can’t do it. Acting job, or all professions relating to film making, except those who work in the office, is not a glamorous job as many might think. So, many people who keep on doing it for years because they’re passionate about it. That’s pretty much it.
I will watch some good film again tonight. I wanted to read instead. But my nightstand lamp went out a while ago. I forgot to buy a new one when I was out. I will buy new light bulb soon to replace it when I have a chance, so I can read at night. I have so many unfinished books to read. And when I fall in love with a new book…again, I buy it and put it on my shelf to collect dust as the rest of the books. So, I will not buy new books again, until I have read all of the books I already have.
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