Santa Monica Pier + Pacific Park

A few weeks ago my sister and I went to Santa Monica Pier and played at Pacific Park. I had a casting over there and I figured it would be a great time to go. For the most part, I turn my work days into outtings to so that I can experience life while working and also so that I can make it back home to spend more time with my baby girls.

Santa Monica Pier has a small amusement park, very small. You can either pay for each ride between $6-8 dollars or you can just buy the unlimited band for $28.95 each, which is what we did. I think everyone should do it at least once, it was small, not very scary but it was something that I think people should experience if you are in the area and visiting the boardwalk. We didn’t take very many photos of us, the rides or the food and I know I should have grabbed maybe some video but what do you do?

It was definitely a gorgeous view!

And we went early enough in the day so that it wasn’t busy, another score! The employees could stand to be more friendly though.

Going home, I grabbed some flowers and made a pizza.

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San Pedro Rehearsal

2 days before our final performance of A Streetcar Named Desire, we all went to San Pedro and rehearsed on an open stage. It was a beautiful day with wonderful company. My sister came with and Andrey’s sister-in-law and her beautiful little girl also came. We laughed a bunch and grew to understand one another better. Moreover, I was very happy with how relaxed and natural it seemed.

Brandon and I were listening to Andrey.

Since I’m always cold, Andrey let me wear his jacket. It was also pretty windy that day. I was so tired, so I don’t look my best.

Acting is about letting out your inner derp.

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