Hey there, I'm Don. 22 years old, and a passenger of the roller coaster of life. Luckily not doing it alone, and have the most supportive and amazing girl on the planet by my side. And having a kickass group of friends helps too. My mind works in a nonstop visual manner, and I'm always looking to learn new things. So maybe stick around and see what we can teach or show each other.

Little bit on my day.

So picking up where we left off last night:

I fell asleep around 4AM, with an Asian man that isn’t my roommate occupying one of our couches. When I dropped out of bed to get ready for work, he was no longer there. Apparently nobody knows where he went, but he later was back on the couch. Moving on, though. 

After spending eternity getting my contacts in, I finally got to set. I got sent to CVS before we started setting up, since apparently we needed more fake blood and makeup sponges. Lucky I did, since the other officer guy was just wandering around campus looking for us, not knowing that we meet at UCross.

So I get to set, finding out that we’re doing a ton of choreography. I wasn’t in a lot today, so I mostly helped setting things up as far as dolly track went, and camera stuff. It was all pretty labor intensive, but I enjoyed it. Got to talking to one of the producers, and how he met the director. Apparently they worked at Apple in Delaware together, which was pretty cool. After talking for a bit, I put myself out there as far as telling him to let me know if they ever needed any types of acting, since it’s what I really want to get into. He seemed really into it, and having worked with me this past weekend, and next weekend, he said he was impressed. And all the guys on the crew and cast loved my Batman and Joker voices. (I’m working on a set of lines for you guys for both of those, stay tuned) The producer, Corey, said if I was serious about it all, to hit up as many auditions as my schedule allowed, and to get some headshot pictures done. Hopefully this all goes smoothly. 

After that talk, and lunch, I finally got to get in on the action, which was pretty fun. Wasn’t much throwing myself around, but apparently that’s going to be made up in mass amount next weekend. After this weekend of filming, I almost don’t want to go to class tomorrow, and just make movies. Damn, I love it. 

After we wrapped for the day, I spoke to the director about the costume. And I’m officially going in uniform for Halloween. It’s not what I wanted to do, but finding someone to go as my Harley from Arkham Asylum proved more difficult than I expected. And I couldn’t find a suit. Maybe next year. 

When we got back (Nui met up with me on set) to LXA, we got invited to football. Was pretty fun hanging out with everybody down there. And I got to take some nice sunset pictures and a special video for a friend with my iPad. 

There’s more to the day, and a little more to the night, but my fingers are tired. As is my left shoulder. And I cannot stop coughing, at all. More and more people are asking if I’m going to die. I won’t, you guys. I probably can’t die. Not that I think I’m immortal, I’ve just lived through a lot of things that should have finished me off.. But anyways, enough on this post

Thanks for reading.