Sheri (shutterbug93) wrote,

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As I was leaving work, I got an email from a casting director who was trying to get in touch with Kevin for a call back on Monday... He had made several unsuccessful attempts to contact him through the proper channels so I guess he tried me on the off chance that I might possibly get word to him before Monday. Which is fine - I forwarded the message to Kevin - but who knows when he'll check his email? (He even admitted to me that he checks his email VERY infrequently) And quite frankly, that distresses me - I've always only wanted what was best for Kevin and his career, but to have the responsibility to forward a message to him about a call back is waaay more responsibility than I ever bargained for. :( Please don't get me wrong, I'd love to do anything to try to help Kevin, but I think I'd feel WAAAY too guilty if I couldn't get the message to him in time... I'm just hoping that he checks his email this weekend - or that he somehow got the message some other way. :(

Edited to add: Just read this entry in the light of day and it sounds like I'm complaining about working on Kevin's site - which is TOTALLY not the case... Working on Kevin's site is something that I've enjoyed beyond almost anything else (even my own job), I just wouldn't want it to be my fault if he didn't get a job because he never got a message that I was supposed to forward to him... :( ::SIGH::

In other non-Kevin happenings - I took this from kananigirl:

1. Name one song you hate to admit you like.
"Gus...the Theatre Cat" from "Cats"

2. Name two songs that always make you cry.
"Momma, Momma" from "The Most Happy Fella" and "Who Will Love Me As I Am?" from "Side Show"

3. Name three songs that turn you on.
Huh...can I skip this one?

4. Name four songs that always make you feel good.
"Come Alive Again" from "Spitfire Grill" (it's so uplifting for some reason), "What Do I Need With Love?" from "Thoroughly Modern Millie", "But - Mr. Adams..." from "1776" - (I don't know why but it always makes me smile :)), and "You Can't Stop the Beat" from "Hairspray".

5. Name five songs you couldn't ever do without.
"Soliloquy" from "Carousel", "Private Conversation" from "Side Show", "Molasses to Rum" from "1776", "I Will Never Leave You" from "Side Show", "Gimme, Gimme" from "Thoroughly Modern Millie"...the list goes on and on and on... :)

Lastly, I can't believe that I'm actually falling asleep writing this LJ entry - I guess that's when you know it's time to go to bed!

Hope everyone has a good night. :) ::crawls into bed::

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