Theoretically, I love the holidays… in a 30 second commercial.
A few years ago when I WASN’T invited to a stranger’s funeral, I went. Everyone was so – - well – - emotionally predictable. No manic outbursts, arguing, or threats of cutting anything illegal. Everyone’s temperament was unpretentiously grief-stricken.
We weren’t attending a reading of the Will, so nobody complained about what they didn’t get.
I didn’t have to schlep to a store I hate for a gift I didn’t want to buy.
Instead of being forced to exchange pleasantries, I had a word with the guy in the box; his ear beckoned with no desire to reciprocate.
Needless worrying about what to wear was kyboshed. One sweep of my closet revealed that I lived in “funeral” attire.
My friend, Maureen Herman, founder of Project Noise, a truly innovative and kick ass production company produced the above video to help raise funds for The Firefighters Foundation.
Their latest production is such an enlightening, wonderful video about firefighters and paramedics in LA. Who knew they had to pay for their own food?! Or don’t have proper equipment?! Or how little money they receive to do their jobs AND BE TAKEN CARE OF?! (Hi, shame buffet)
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The season finale of LAW OF THE LAND is here! Did they save the Hatchet Body Spray Factory? Did Tom Sibley teach Baron Vaughn the art of modeling?
Working with such outstanding comedians was an unbelievable gift. Their talent and expertise shines like the stars they are!