Monday, March 16, 2009

So much time and so little to do...strike that, reverse it.

It's 2:45 in Nashville. Monday. There's so much to be done, but I can't get my mind off all the millions of things distracting me from my work.

I had a good weekend. It really was worth all the trouble I had to go through to get some time off.

I've been working all day with Kitty, trying to rework my book and set up sessions with about a hundred photographers in hopes that I can completely revamp my "image." Finally, for the first time in my 22 years, I'm starting to be built more like an adult woman than a 13-year old girl.

Boobs, I mean.

Also, I'm working on a design! I've dabbled in design in the past, but Kitty's thinking I might be able to stretch my creative legs and still get some work done. So, what we're working on today is a variation of the classic billowy white dress originally designed by Academy Award-winning costume designer Bill Travilla for Miss Marilyn Monroe. I love the shape, exuding class and charm. I'm not going to let you all in all the specifics of the design for this first piece, but I don't think anyone will be disappointed.

Tonight, we're going to a Fashion Group charity dinner, and I get to wear Cavalli.

In other news, I had a really good weekend that didn't last long enough. I found out I was going to be working with Jassen on a film, and I got news of another audition for yet another film being directed by a good friend of mine, Wesley Rutledge.


All my friends are doing alright, too. When I got there, my house was in shambles, but I haven't been there in a week or so, so it's up to my roommates and their guests to take care of that, and I'm not going to get too stressed about it.

Plus, I had a chance encounter with that boy I'm always going on about...and I'm just as smitten as ever.


p.s. Incubus is releasing their Monuments and Melodies greatest hits thingy. You can preorder it at and I recommend it.

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