Signs saying "no regrets"
My Noodle

Queen of Regrets

I had Voice Over class on Tuesday night, and I found myself acting strangely. I wasn’t taking it seriously and managed to convince myself that I didn’t need to do the work on the scripts that was required and that I would just naturally be able to do it. Well,…

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Retrospectives

It’s been a rough year and a half. For me, it’s been longer, a lot longer. A lot of things have happened and there is a need to have a retrospective for each. This is not the actual retrospective; this is more about me sorting through everything so I can…

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My Noodle

My Top 10 Favorite TV Shows

Here are my top 10 favorite TV shows. They are in no particular order, but I will start with my favorite… The Blacklist My own description: The number 1 on the FBI Most Wanted List turns himself into the FBI with an offer they can’t refuse, to become a high…

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A Rant: Doctors

TRIGGER WARNING: I’m ranting about doctors here. There is something wrong with Western Medicine. Why can’t we just get the help we need? I’ve been reading “It’s Always Something” by Gilda Radner. In 1986, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after a year of misdiagnoses and multiple doctors. In 1988,…

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Teddy Bear with a bandage on it's head. Text Sick again.
My Noodle

Sick…Still…

I find myself falling sick again, or maybe still. Yes, it’s my default mode and has been ever since I was attacked by that acting teacher and his students. PTSD can do a number on the body, and the mind. I’m exhausted. Part of me questions writing about all of…

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Door lock with text "is it locked?"
My Noodle

Out of Control

I glance over at the front door. I look at the lock. Yes, it’s still locked. Good. This is the third time I’ve looked at that lock this evening, and I know that when it’s time to go to bed, I’ll look at it again. I’ve tried to not look.…

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Walking Big
Ideas and Musings, My Noodle

Walking Big

Over a decade ago, I was in L.A. for a month at the Actor’s Bootcamp, a month-long intensive acting class. One day I was walking to Samuel French, THE bookstore for Actors and other entertainment industry types, when I was stopped by a couple of youngsters hanging out on the…

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