I did a little photo shoot for the Spotlight Theatre last Friday. Here's a peak at how they turned out:
They will be using these photos for their publicity posters and programs - so that is exciting for me. Looks like I will actually be paid and listed in the programs as the theatre's photographer. That thrills me beyond words. The pay is way down on my list as far as importance goes, but it's nice to be involved and to be appreciated. I'll be at the theatre tomorrow night taking pictures of "The History of Rock and Roll". Also cool is that there is a very strong possibility that one or more of my photos (from when I photographed "The Thing About Men") will be published in the newspaper this week. I'll post a link as soon as I see it.
Other than that, we're just trying to stay cool and entertain ourselves. Tomorrow is the day I've sort of been dreading for a few weeks. Daniel will be giving me FSH shots (in my stomach!)for the next three days in a row. It's kind of a big deal since I've only just recently gotten over the hyperventilating, crying and near fainting at the sight of a needle. I've gotten used to a certain phlebotomist sticking me and taking tubes of blood, but SHE'S a professional. I'm not going to lie, I'm