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  • Writer's picturePamela Ehn


Today, because no one called me, I was able to get a significant amount done. So now my production company, Pink Elephant Productions LLC, is finally real! And I will be insured as soon as the insurance company sends me a quote with the correct dates on it!

I went to get my hair done because calico is only a good look on cats. (I have a calico that acts in movies. Contact me. She LOVES being on set.) And then I ran to B&H to pick up the expendables I bought for my DP, only they closed by the time I got there, so I'm going to have to do the run tomorrow.

Then I went to Jamila's house so we could Skype with replacement Nora. I honestly think now that this Nora was meant to be. And then there were more fires to put out, so I ended up not calling this producer until 11 PM, and you really can't blame anyone if they don't pick up the phone at that hour. So I left a message and I hope she calls back because I need someone to find me a script supervisor. You wouldn't know a script supervisor, would you?

And so it's 1:30 AM and I still haven't gotten to bed. And I've got to do it all over again in the morning.

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