Saturday, March 28

my last post was number 666.

in other news...
today i participated in a vintage fashion photo shoot for a project jackie russo is doing. here are the results!

i held the light reflector for this one of ashlee
what in the world, jackie is so great!
i love this one of jess,
aaand me. reading edgar allen poe in my high waisted first modeling experience.
mark the day!

thank you jackie for these lovely snaps.

Tuesday, March 24

Saturday, March 21

there's a bear on my head!

but don't call me a bear-head...

so this one time;

i got all ready for church, and i didn't have a ride.

Tuesday, March 17

fret not grandma!

i am simply saying that i use myspace less and less and facebook more and more.
my opinion of blogging has not changed.
and i will teach you facebook next time you're here!
here's a picture to console you:

is it not a beaut?

i have come to realize

that facebook is way better than myspace.
myspace is like the ottoman empire in the nineteenth century...the sickman of the internet.

Monday, March 16

thank you blythe hill!
go to it.
it is where they give you billions of clothing and accessory options and you make an outfit and stuff! yeahh!

so this one, i have determined, is my ideal outfit.
bright cardigan.
beaut ring.
flowery little clutch thing.
some glads.
skinny jeans.
and some artistic powder in the background.
what more can a girl ask for.

thank you mother.

i have been informed that demetrius grosse is the guy that i read with.

he has been on ER, Lost, Bones, CSI Miami...


Sunday, March 15

i like big 80's sweaters

because i am wearing one right now and it is very comfortable.
moving on.

i'm sure you would all just love to know what has been the haps lately!

c a s t i n g

last friday i didn't go to school. instead i went to hollywood to help my brother ryan with the casting of a movie he's directing. i was the person that reads the lines with the actors while they're auditioning, and guesss whattt. Lance Nichols, the guy who plays the preacher from Bejamin Button tryed out! goodness gracious, it was so cool to read lines with him. what in the world.

also, this guy with a recurring role on Lost auditioned...but i couldn't find him on IMDB. his name is dimitrius something. he was amazing.

aaand one of the best actors of the two days of casting told ryan to tell me that if i ever wanted to get into the acting business, he would be happy to connect me with people because he said that the way i read the lines and acted with him helped him do his best. so that was reeeally exciting!

oh! and there was a role of a little girl to cast, so all these cute children came in with their stage moms and their little headshots. the life i have always wished i had as a child. sigh.

what a cool experience it all was, though. being one of the people that sits behind the table instead of stands in front of it. seeing person after person after person and noticing what really stands out in an audition. realizing what directors are looking for. what not to do in an audition. these are the things i will take with me for auditions in the future...

and secondly.
f u l l e r t o n t h e a t e r f e s t i v a l

for comedy sportz, we competed in this theater festival in fullerton. hence the name, fullerton theater festival.

it was full of weird theater kids with shirts that said "drama llamas strike back!" "we cause all the drama at la costa high school" "thespians do it onstage" "got drama?" "you know you're a theater kid when..." "i can't, i have rehearsal"


it was really fun though. both of our teams moved on to finals, and we did really really well, but the judges honestly do not understand improv and we didn't even place. it was ridiculous. seriously, our scenes were hilarious and they made sense. and we didn't use controversial topics or insulting accents (like everyone else). when we got our score sheets back, they had dumb comments on them like "it's best not to play an object."

....seriously? objects are the funniest part. whatever fullerton, do what you want, we had fun anyway.

so there you have it, the two big events of heather leith's week.

[ additional thoughts ]
- i like t.swift more and more each day. AH she's so great!

- i have discovered revolutionary lotion that makes my hands incredibly soft. grapefruit something from origins. i do not want to walk upstairs and look at the exact name...but it's in a clearish tub with an orange lid. if anyone wants amazing hands.

- the story of Ruth in the Bible is really good.

- i am going to New Mexico this spring break! we are going to live on a Navajo reservation and help the people there and tell them about the Lord. i'm excited.

- the new facebook layout is horrible.

- My Life Would Suck Without You by Kelly Clarkson is not.

- i'm still thinking about taylor swift and how much i like her.

- and now i'm thinking about miley cyrus and how much i do not like her and how ridiculous it is that she wrote a MEMOIR.

- i like magazines. a lot. i really want to work for one as a career.

- i had a dream that i drove by myself while i still had my permit...and i spent the whole dream trying to cover that fact up and lying to everyone! cool!

- which reminds me, i cannot wait till this summer when i have my license and can drive myself anywhere whenever i want! granted that i have a car available. i will not have a car, unless i want to get a job and buy one myself. i need to find a good job. i want a really fun one.

alright it has been real. have a good day friends!

Tuesday, March 10

i'll come back with a bang.

here are some pictures we took for comedy sportz for the yearbook...the second one is the only one i'm actually using though. the other ones were us utilizing the fancy (for lack of a more refined word) shot.

we did not plan this. matt said "jump," we jumped. and we did the exact same thing.

"i'm so kewl, i hang with seniorzz."

romeo save me, they're trying to tell me how to feel...

oh, you know.

there you have it ladies and gentlemen. i have many reasons why i have not blogged in a week and a day, and that is to be explained tomorrow!

Monday, March 2

i'm embarrassed.

my blog circa 8th grade and some of ninth is so weird. i was not normal. why didn't anyone tell me?

Sunday, March 1

if i could...

i would shove the conspirators aside and stab julius caesar myself.

this book is not fun at all.