Monday, November 10, 2008

Lights, Camera, Action!


While I was in Phoenix I became a movie star. That's right, a movie star. Because I'm not too computer savy (which no longer matters since I'm a movie star now and can hire someone else in the future to figure out that kind of stuff for me), I wasn't able to figure out how to get this to play on my blog, but you can check out my new skills here.

7 comments:

Brigitte said...

I had no idea Delta is charging for checked bags! What a rip off. Hmph. But on a happy note YOU'RE FAMOUS!!!!! WHOOOHOOO! Not only did they interview you, but they filmed ya pushing the baby stroller and the luggage. (That was you right?)

How fun though. I've never been on TV before. I totally should have tried out for American Idol, but I figured I already make a fool of myself enough. Someday i'll make the big screen though. :)

furrever said...

Airlines suck, but you sure looked great on the silver screen!

Karen K said...

Ahhh! How fun. I can't believe you agreed to do that! I think I would have hid from the reporter guy. Way to go, you did fabulous!

The Tuck Family said...

The camera loves you....seriously you are so photogenic! I on the other hand am NOT...I always look like I am pulling a funny face or something even if I'm trying to be cute and serious!!! So like Karen K. above me I am amazed with your 15 minutes of fame, because I would've hid too!

Rachel Stella said...

I'm actually really surprised I agreed to do that too. I didn't even feel nervous during the interview. I think I must have been so worried about making it through the plane ride without having a screaming baby that I forgot that I'm a shy person!

Rachel Stella said...

Oh, yes B, that was me pushing luggage.

Rachel said...

WOWY Rach! You're famous! Nice video. How'd you pull that one off? I have to say, once Jesse and I managed to get our car on TV...hehe...we were in a parking lot at BYU a few years ago when we saw a news reporter with a camera filming someone talking in front of the Tanner Bldg. Well, we decided to pull a sly one and drive our white car--very slowly, may I add--behind the person being filmed. Later that night we watched the news; low and behold, there in the background our white car slowly drives past. Hehehe, I know, we're a couple of silly kids. Not nearly as daring as you were there on TV!