Filming an educational DVD
The lovely crew at Grit Media asked me to 'act' in an educational DVD about different forms of abuse. It was filmed at my place last Friday. It will be out in December.
|I prepared by reading a script.|
I was mic-ed up and eating lunch. The sound guy said he heard me chewing from the other room.
|The boys were crammed into my living room shooting my piece.|
|The iPad clapper board app. Coolest app ever.|
Cousin Rachel's visit
My lovely English cousin Rachel came to stay on Sunday. I picked her up from the airport and we had a nice roadtrip to my parents' house in the country. The weather was mostly perfect during our stay. Blue skies and warm days.
Rachel is incredibly funny, and so nice. We got along very well.
We fed Cutlet the lamb.
We saw touristy things.
|The Murray River/Hume Dam|
|We sampled heaps of cheese.|
|Milawa cheese bag.|
|Goat's cheese camenbert, Milawa white and King River Gold|
|Our picnic lunch - cheese, salami, fig roll and crusty bread.|
|These say it all about my love for housework.|
|A beautiful plate from Beechworth pottery store.|
|A super cute pendant made of leather, silver and jade.|
It has so much detail - this photo does not do it justice
We were very close to the stage - in the second row. I only got two photos of the show - security were strict.
|Sarah wore an interesting dress. She was very funny on stage,|
|I got the setlist! My concert challenge.|
|Seja are a three piece from Brisbane. They were fantastic. A bit electronic, a bit rock, a bit softly female.|
Cousin Rachel kindly bought me the Seja CD. Can't wait to listen to it.
I am not very familiar with all of Sarah Blasko's songs but seeing her live made me appreciate her songwriting and extensive vocal skills. She's pretty amazing!
Other things that happened:
- I got my airconditioner in my car re-gassed. A life saver for summer
- I met one of my blog readers, Anni Sugar, at her place of work.
- I watched merely an hour of TV which was really nice.
- I drank a lot of wine.
- We ate great food!
I got randomly swabbed for explosives when I visited the departure lounge, even though I wasn't travelling on a plane. I found this exciting as Albury airport has recently increased its security to capital city proportions. Albury airport, how you've grown up~
I also saw the head of my organisation. The Commissioner. He remembered me from the events we have both been at. We had a nice chat. Good to see him!
It was a lovely few days away. I loved spending time with Mum and Dad, and getting to know Rachel better. Lots of laughs were had by all.
|Mum and I near the Hume Weir|
Tomorrow I head off on another trip for the weekend. More to come when I return.
I have missed blogging!