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Sep 15 2009

Always Something

Last night I had a long production meeting about a webseries that I’ve been tapped to be the Post Supervisor/Lead Editor on.  Which is exciting, but we’re not sure when the production is actually going to get produced.  So, right now, there are 3 different web series that I’m theoretically on board for but that aren’t quite getting produced just yet.  I’m still hoping that something comes through in the next couple weeks, but we’ll see.

The production was in the house of someone with cats.  I am very allergic to cats, I don’t understand why people have cats.  It’s like rubbing peanuts all over your house.  Sure, not everyone is allergic, but a lot of people are, and the ones that are have a real bad reaction.

Anyway, I was already woozy and weird and now one of my eyes is swollen shut.  So I called in sick to work, because I didn’t want to drive with one eye only kind of working and then have to sit in front of a computer in an allergic haze.  Yeah.

I’m trying to get in to this medical research thing about allergies.  I’m going to get a skin prick test today.  Seriously, anything for money out here.  I was disappointed when the ad for an adult film editor was taken off craigslist.  Hey, it’s work!

K.  I’m going to crawl back in bed for a while.  I’m hoping my eye returns to a normal size before I’m supposed to go to the doctor.

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  1. 1
    Kid In The Front Row

    All three jobs will probably come together at the same time, that’s normally what happens! Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

  2. 2
    Ashley F. Miller

    Oh yes, it’s always all or nothing. You’ve either got 3 jobs to choose from, or none. Or, even more common, three jobs to theoretically choose from and then they all fall apart!

  3. 3
    Kid In The Front Row

    Whatever happens, it’s got to be better than sitting in a secure but boring job every day of the week right? :)

  4. 4
    Ashley F. Miller

    Oh, if only secure was something my jobs ever were :)

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