A month's time between activities may seem a lifetime for some artists. Granted, the days or weeks from one performance until the next can offer a much needed rest. I too, have found myself eager to end a twelve hour shoot or remove the make-up and high-heels after a modeling photo shoot.
The search then begins again and I spy out the next opportunity of delight. The "gems" are rare and hard to come by and I am fortunate to not have had to wait too long to step right onto set or stage of that "jeweled" project.
A calendar is quite a tool for an actor trying to book events; Certainly, it is a fantastic reminder of where one has been. I have stressed the importance of observance and by my own calendar, I see that I have not been idle in my attending performances, script readings, or assistance in producing the works of others.
Reflection on the personal life is frequent but not always expressed publicly but I do not mind allowing the tragedy and exhiliration to leak out now and again. I am in love with someone and I am also stimulated by the recent opportunities to help others in need. My physical weaknesses, at times, get the better of me and I am slowed down a bit. I comprehend a great deal of the brevity of life and I grasp it full-heartedly with all that I have and it enriches my artistic endeavors, choices, and performances.