Donna in Hollywoodland

The blog from Los Angeles and Hollywood by Donna Grayson

Saturday, June 25, 2005

Saturday Seminar, Movie and Pictures

My Saturday morning started out at LA Casting's monthly seminar over at the Senior Center on Las Palmas Blvd in Hollywood. This months speaker was Carolyne Barry , who is one of the top Acting Teachers in Hollywood.

Getting there, I ran late. The first parking lot I went into - the place I always park - could not make change from my Twenty Dollar bill for the $5 parking fee. And they wouldn't accept the $3 in singles I offered in place of that.
Parking Attendant : "You have to go to the Liquor Store and get change."
Me : "I don't have time - I'm late for my class".
Attendant: "Ok, maybe you can leave it here. What time will you get back?"
Me : "About 9 o'clock tonight"
Attendant "Oh, no, no - you have to get change."

Then, I drove around trying to find free parking. Which in Hollywood on a summer weekend, is nonexistent.
I ended up parking in the $8 lot right behind the Egyptian. And I ran to the seminar.

The class was so full, I ended up sitting on the benches on the side.
We learned alot of interesting ideas. How to slate your name. What colors to wear to an audition. How to cold read the commercial in front of you.I have to say I liked the way Carolyne Barry taught, and I got her flyer about her classes for the future. The seminar was so interesting we ran overtime, and got out late.

Walking back, there was a cute squirrel in the yard of the senior center. This guy has it made. He's eating a big nut of somekind. Not to mention, he's lives rent-free in the heart of Downtown Hollywood.
Little does he know how well he has it. I think I'm actually jealous.

Stars along the fence at the Hollywood Senior Center

The star of Groucho Marx on the fence at the Hollywood Senior Center

Flowers on Las Palmas Blvd
Flowers on Las Palmas Blvd
Plants from the old nightclub on Las Palmas. They are remodeling it to something more upscale, and now the plants are gone.

I walked over to Mel's Diner for lunch. At the seminar, some of the students had read a Burger King commercial. So I had a hamburger on my mind. A bacon avocado burger to be exact. With onion rings.
I am reading the book, "The Reasons of Love" by Harry G. Frankfurt.
Its philosophy, which I usually don't read. So its something different. I had over an hour to eat lunch and read my philosophy book.

Then it was over the Egyptian Theatre for my Volunteer work.
Tonight they were showing, "ULTRAMAN and More: Rarities from Tsuburaya Productions".
It was fun to sit and watch all the interesting clips from the Tsuburaya archives. Some movies, some TV, some very thrilling, some funny.

After the movie, there was still time to enjoy the sunshine. Its summer, after all.

Flowers behind the Egyptian Theatre

They are growing along the building in the back. A beautiful vine.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Depressing Friday

I knew I should have stayed home today. It was just a bad bad day.

To start off, very first thing this morning : The toilet overflowed.
I couldn't get it un-clogged and I had to call the landlord. She said she would have to call the maintenance people to come out and fix it later today.
Me: "Could your husband come up, and just try my plunger to see if he can un-clog it since he is stronger than me ?"
Landlord: "No, he has to go to work."
Me: "Well, I have to go to work too ! ".
There was nothing I could do about it. There was an inch of stinky water all over my bathroom floor. I threw down towels, bedsheets and newspapers to soak it up. Leaving the mess behind, I went to work.

Later in the afternoon I decide to call the Landlord. I want to find out if it has been repaired so I don't come home to any surprises.
Landlord : "Yes, they were here, they fixed it."
Me: "Oh, good, its done, I am so happy."
Landlord : "Listen Donna, what are you putting in toilet? They said it was very hard."
Me: "Just what I am supposed to put in the toilet. Toilet paper."
Landlord " "Don't put toilet paper in toilet. It is clogging."
Me : "What do you mean, don't put toilet paper in my toilet !"
Landlord : "Throw toilet paper in trash, don't put in toilet. They say it will clog it".
Me: "You can't tell me not to put toilet paper in the toilet ! Thats probably a health code violation ! "
Landlord : "No don't put. Will clog."
Me: "You can't legally rent me an apartment with a bathroom that doesn't function !"
There is just silence on the other end of the line.
Me: "Aaaggghhh .... What time does your husband get home?"
Landlord; "My husband ? Seven o'clock"
Me: "Fine"

I still haven't called her husband. I find it completely unbelievable that they would tell me not to put toilet paper in the toilet.
This is not even a conversation I want to have with them.
The maintenance people probably said to only put toilet paper in the toilet, nothing else. And she misunderstood.
Anyway, this is so crazy I don't even want to deal with it.

So, I am sitting at my desk getting over the crazy conversation with the landlord, when my cell phone rings. The number is marked "Private", but I am expecting some friends to call about weekend plans .... so I pick it up.
There is a man on the line.

Man : Hi, Donna, You sent Mrs. Casting Director a postcard with your acting information on it. Well, I am Mrs. Casting Director's Husband
Me : Oh yes, I did send out my acting postcards
Man : Well, Mrs. Casting Director is retired now. But I saw your postcard. I have worked in movies for over 20 and I worked for a long time with Mr. Oscar-Winning Director.
Me: Oh, yes, really
Man : And I also know Mr. Commercial Director who has made hundreds of commercials. Mr. Commercial Director has given me some very important advice that I would like to share with you.
Me: Yeah ...
Man : Mr Commercial Director taught me some really interesting things. What if I had a business opportunity that could make you alot of money ? That business opportunity has nothing to do with the entertainment business. Would you be interested in learning about this exciting business opportunity where you could make alot of money, even if it didn't have anything to do with the entertainment business ?
Me : No, I am only interested in the entertainment business.
Man : Okay, well, have a good day then.
I clicked off my cellphone. If it had been a regular land-line, I would have slammed the receiver in his ear.

I quickly stop everything I am working on for the company that pays my salary. I am so enraged that this Idiot would take advantage of my Postcard that I mailed in good faith to a Casting Director.
I get on-line and I email LA, whose labels I used.
I tell them what happened, the real name of the Casting Director, and ask them to remove this woman from their Mailing Labels.
Here are all these actors doing mailings to this woman - and these dishonest people are using the contacts to try to get suckers for another business scam.
Sending the email really didn't calm me down much, I was still mad.

And depressed. 300 postcards out in the mail to 300 Casting Directors, and my first call is a Sales Pitch for some business scam.
I try to cheer myself up. I tell myself that its going to take the honest Casting Directors time to go through their mail. And it is still to early to be expecting the legitimate responses. Those will come in a little bit.

Things then get worse at the office.
Manager #A is the only one who is able to run a certain report. And Manager #A won't give it to me. Because they are mad at Manager #B. And Manager #B is the person I am doing this project for.

I get into an argument with Manger #A on the phone.
Manager #A : No, Manager #B can do it himself.
Me: But you are the only person who has the authority to run this report.
Manager #A : I'm not doing this. Manager #B has to do this himself. He has to stand on his own two feet like everyone else
Me: But he doesn't have the capability in the computer to run this report. You are the only one the has been given the authorization to run the report.
Manager #A : I'm not doing it.

I take the paperwork for the project I am working on, and throw it on a pile on top of my file cabinet.
Its Friday, and this mess can wait until Monday.

The second the clock strikes 6:30 pm, I am out the door like a flash of lightening.
I go to the Egyptian Theatre . It is Japanese Monsters weekend. And tonight is "Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla".

I volunteer and do the mailing list sign-ups. Then I go in, and I watch the movie. I need to unwind, and a Monster movie will help me get my mind off of things from today.
This film is from 1974, and in my opinion, this Godzilla from the neck up is way to cute.
He looks like a stuffed puppy, with big white eyes. Yes, he is smashing buildings and reeking havoc in the city. But his eyes are so cute and so wide.

After the movie, I tell this to some of the other volunteers. They are shocked.
"Are you crazy ? Godzilla is not Cute ! "

I reply, "Well, this Godzilla was."

Thursday, June 23, 2005

Grocery Shopping & The Elevator

Ralphs Grocery store sent me coupons in the mail. One was for $14 off my grocery bill if used before mid-July. One was for $14 off my grocery bill is used the last half of July. Along with a few other coupons for different items.

After the clock ticks 6:34 pm, I shut down my computer at the office, pulled out the scissors and started clipping coupons from the Sunday paper.
I had a huge stack since I haven't done this in a while.
Those $14 coupons inspired me.
I am on a mission to save money on my grocery bill. Time to stock up.

It took me nearly an hour and a half to do my grocery shopping. But according to my grocery receipt, on a bill that ended up being $130, I had saved a whopping $73. Thats including my Ralphs Club as well as the coupons from the Sunday paper.

What were some of the things I bought with a Coupon and/or Ralphs Club discount.
South Beach Diet Cereal 2.99 minus coupon
South Beach Meal Replacement Bar 1.79 minus coupon
Cherrios Cereal 3.00 minus coupon
Bumble Bee Salmon 2.79 minus coupon
Starkist Tuna in packages 1.99 minus coupon
Healthy Choice Dinners 2.25 each minus a coupon for 3
Dreyers Frozen Fruit Bars 4.39 minus coupon
Perrier Sparkling Water .99 cents each minus coupon for 3
Bounty Paper Towels 2.49 minus coupon
Morning Star Farms Philly Cheese Steak 3.50 minus coupon
Friskies .33 cents each plus coupon for 15
Renuzit Air Fresheners 1.01 minus coupon
Surf Detergent3.99 minus coupon
Tone Body Wash 6.59 minus coupon
Athenos Feta Cheese 2.00 minus coupon
Mountain High Yogert 6 pack 2.00 minus coupon
Lysol Spray 3.99 minus coupon

The below were with Ralphs Club Only:
Salmon steaks 3.23
Pork Chops 3.27
Steak 3.17
Chicken 5.93
Chateau St Michelle Chardonney 3.99
Classico Spaghetti Sauce 2.50

The below I had no coupon, no Ralph club for :
Odwalla Mango Smoothie 3.89
Pom Pomegranate Juice 3.49
Sara Lee Cinnamon Bagels 3.49
Alta Dena Milk 3.29
Earthbound Farms Spring Mix Salad containter 3.99
Cool Cut Carrots w/ranch dressing 2.49
Bell Peppers 4 in a package 5.59
Red Potatoes 1.19
D'Anjou Pears 1.38
Rainier Cherries 7.09
S&W Kidney Beans , low salt, 1.19
Swifter Dusters 6.29
Arm and Hammer Cat Litter 7.49
Dove Soap 3.39
Priscilla's Kitty Grass 4.99

And a few other things ......

And guess what ? On my receipt was another coupon from Ralphs. This time for 5% off my next grocery bill, up to $25.
Well, didn't I just make out on the goodies.

The trunk of my car is filled to overflowing. I usually don't buy this much stuff all at once. But now my kitchen is stocked with whatever I need.

I get to the apartment, and the first thing I see in our underground parking : The elevator is out of order.
Oh, no ... I have to carry all these groceries up the stairs.
It took me 6 trips to bring all the groceries up.

So today not only did I save money ... I got exercise.
Two for one deal ?

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Elevators and Bible Study

I dashed out of the office as quickly as I could today, so I could make it to a new Bible Study group that the church is starting. It is on The Sermon on The Mount .

Up on the 16th floor, I dash into the elevator, and it is pretty crowded. Theres about 7 or 8 of us in there. I end up in the back of the elevator.
We descend a few floors. Someone gets off. The doors start to shut. They stop half-way.
The elevator lady's voice chimes in "Please allow the doors to close."
Well, Miss Talking-Elevator Lady, no one is stopping the doors from closing.

Finally, the doors close. And we sit there. Not moving. Even tho buttons are pushed.

From the back of the elevator I say "Maybe we should push a button."

Everyone else just stares at the door. They are doing nothing. Well, one lady is sipping her tea.

After a few more minutes of just standing there in the elevator, not moving, I say again:
"Don't you think we should push a button or something ?"

No response. They are all gazing at the door. The look like they all have low blood sugar or something. Like they can't move.
They gaze upon the closed elevator doors like they don't even realize we are not moving.

I finally say:
"What about "Door Open". Can some one push the "Door Open" button?"

No response. So I push and lean over the people in the front of the elevator, and I push the "Door Open" button.

Thank heavens the doors open. I rush passed everyone, out to a strange floor in the building that I have never been on before.
Surprisingly, The Woman With The Tea follows me.

I laugh and say "I don't trust that elevator. I'll take another one".
The Tea Woman say "Uh huh'.

A watch the elevator doors close on the other 5 or 6 people who stayed.
I wonder if they are really brave, or really stupid - and why they would want to stay on a malfunctioning elevator ....

I make it to church in time for the lesson to start on The Sermon on The Mount .
I have missed the Salad Bar Dinner they had before the class. I make it just as the class is starting.

One of the questions for the night is "What are some of the traits of a Disciple of Christ ?"
We have a list to select from and are asked to label them 1 to 10, with #1 being the most important.
Some of the possible answers are: Attend church regularly, Know the Bible, Give to The Poor and similar such things.
I chose as my #1 Trait "Be a Good Person" .

The teacher went down the list and we discussed each trait and why or why not it was important to being a "Disciple".
When we got to "Be A Good Person" someone shouted "That has nothing to do with it." They meant we are saved by Grace, and not by works. But they are not answering the question for the evening.
Yes, to be a Christian, to be a Saved Christian, "Be a Good Person" isn't necessarily a consideration, if you believe in salvation by Grace.
I mean, you can be a complete flakey weirdo and still make it into Heaven, if according to the Bible, you believe Jesus is your savior.

But the question was about being a "Disciple". Which the dictionary describes:
1. One who subscribes to the teachings of a Master, and assists in spreading them.
2. And active adherent, as of a movement
3. One of the companions of Christ.

So how can you be a true Disciple of Jesus, if you are not a Good Person ? You could certainly be a Christian and not be a good person, look at all the television evangelists who drive that point home.
But if you really subscribe to the teachings of Jesus, and are a Disciple - then you would have to be a Good Person. You can't follow His Teaching and not become a Good Person.

And if you are supposed to assist in spreading the teachings of Jesus, how can you do that without being a Good Person and setting an example of what it means to live life as a Christian. Setting a good example will do more to convince people than Bible thumping will any day.

I think it is a shame that Christians don't consider Being A Good Person as a necessary goal to achieve.
I mean, Jesus was the ultimate Good Person, and we are to imitate him in our lives.

Sunday, June 19, 2005

Star Wars and Chinese Food

Since I have been sick with The Flu these last few days, I ended up making it to church on time this morning. I guess I was really anxious to get out of the house and be among the living, now that I am feeling better and the worst is over.

In the middle of service, they took a "Meet & Greet" break, and I headed over to the coffee area. Well, I guess they were burning a Candle in the back. Or else someone next to me was wearing really strong perfume.
I started coughing.
And I couldn't stop coughing. No matter how many sips of water I took.
So I ended up having to leave early.

I stopped off at my favorite Chinese Restaurant, Chinatown Express . It is right on the corner of Hollywood and Western, in the Ralphs shopping center. You can get 2 items, plus rice or noodles for about five bucks. One more item only runs you another dollar.
Sometimes when I am really broke, I will get the 3 items - its enough food to last for 3 meals. At $6, thats only two bucks per meal.

Due to getting over The Flu, I am still on Chicken and Rice. I don't want to chance upsetting my tummy. So it was Mushroom Chicken, Teriyaki Chicken, and Fried Rice.... To Go.
After having lunch at home, and being on the computer, I felt like a nap. I guess I am still getting over The Flu and just the trip to Church and the Chinese Take-up wore me out.
I just sat on the couch and closed my eyes, I didn't even lay down. Next thing I knew I was Out.
I mean Out Cold. A very deep sleep.
When I woke up a half hour later, I felt really good and revitalized.

I was feeling so good in fact, that I really wanted to get out of the house again. I figured I could catch a 5pm matinee.
I decided to go see Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith at the Arclight Cinema .

Star Wars was playing in The Dome at the Arclight. And if you haven't ever been to Hollywood, the screen at the Dome is Huge. And this theatre is a famous Hollywood landmark. It goes all the way back in Hollywood's history.
When they built the Arclight Cinema, they built the Theatre complex behind The Dome -to keep the theatre because it is a historical landmark.
Now, in my opinion, some of the theatres built behind The Dome are actually better built for viewing a movie. But The Dome has the historical aspect to it.

The way they do things at The Arclight, is that it is assigned seating. So when you purchase your ticket, you choose your seat location.
Your ticket has a number on it, and thats where you are supposed to sit.
They also will not sell tickets passed a certain time for the movie. Which really doesn't stop people from arriving late because even after buying a ticket, people go to the concession stand and the bathroom - and still walk in after the movie has started.

Also, the movies here generally run about $14. Yes, that alot. But the theatres really are the top of the line. And if you live in Los Angeles, get the Free Membership card, and rack up the points. You get points for every movie you see, your concession stand items, meals in their restaurant, and items purchased in their Gift Shop.
After a certain number of points, you get a concession stand item for Free. Or don't do that and keep racking up the points, and then get a Free Movie.
If you go to the movies alot, all these Freebies will eventually even out the $14 ticket price.
Oh, and parking is like only a buck or two when validated, so thats good too.

Back to the Assigned Seating.
The problem with Assigned Seats is that everyone and their brother wants to sit in the middle of the theatre. So naturally when purchasing the tickets people say "Get me as close to the middle as possible".
This means in a Huge Theatre like The Dome ... everyone is crammed in the middle like Sardines. While the sides and back of the theatre are completely empty.

I knew enough when I purchased my ticket, to request an Aisle seat, in one of the side sections.
I guess alot of other people have figured that out as well. The side section was alittle crowded too.

Picture yourself in a nice, large, historic theatre.... the lights dim, the previews start .... and about 25 % of the people start to change seats !
They don't want to be crammed in.
The general rule is that once the movie starts, you can change your seats.
And alot of people do.

Then, here come all the people who were in the bathroom and at the concession stand. They arrive and find that there are other people in their "Assigned Seats".
People who moved there when the lights dimmed and the previews started.
And these late people are adamant - They want their Assigned Seats.
So now the Ushers are involved.

See why I am not a fan of assigned seating at the movies ?

As for me, I moved away from the little bunch of people in the side aisle ... further up the top section.
Once settled, a really tall guy with big head sat in front of me.
So I moved further up the balcony. I could still see the huge head.
But I was sick of moving, and just stayed put.
There was a big head at the bottom of the screen during the entire Star Wars movie.
For $14, I really don't think I should have to deal with a Big Head ... Freebie Points on the card or not.

Note to Self: Next time, don't see the movie in The Dome. Choose one of the newer theatres in the back. The seats are at a sharper angle.

As for Star Wars, yes I liked it. The way the entire story comes back around to the very first Star Wars with Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher , it just really is amazing.

Here is a Spoiler....

So skip a paragraph if you don't want to know....
The scene that goes back and forth between Luke and Leia being born, and then Anakin Skywalker becoming Darth Vader. That was just an amazing piece of film making right there. It gave me chills. I could see that part over and over again.

Spoiler Ended. ....

One of my favorite actors, was Ian McDiarmid , who played Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. I always like to watch the interesting character parts. He was so great at being evil, and as I suspected he has a big classical theatre background. Of all the characters, he was my favorite - even tho he was so evil.

I was reading , and on the Star Wars message board some one asked :
"Why did Anakin Skywalker go to the Dark Side?"
Someone else posted : "Because he was a Moron !".
Pretty funny answer.

Of all the Star Wars movies, I think this is by far the best one.


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