Rhonda talbot's Blog – August 2010 Archive (4)

Where is My Deployment Shoot? 8_2010

Where is My Emergency Shoot? 8-2010



I have never understood why parenting isn’t in the “let-me-dump-on-you-service business” category. Certainly parents reach the end the their rope, put up with insults, rude behavior, monumental stress,

disrespect, back talk, humiliation, a complete lack of appreciation for the

non-stop hours that goes into parenting, constant demands, being taken for

granted, as in “you’re the mom and I can treat you anyway I want. It’s not…

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Added by rhonda talbot on August 22, 2010 at 2:06am — No Comments

Where is that Emergency Deployment Shoot?

I have never understood why parenting isn’t in the “let-me-shit-on-you-service business” category. Certainly parents reach the end the their rope, put up with insults, rude behavior, monumental stress, disrespect, back talk, humiliation, a complete lack of appreciation for the non-stop hours that goes into parenting, constant demands, being taken for granted, as in “you’re the mom and I can treat you anyway I want. It’s not MY fault you had me.”





Parenting is a customer service… Continue

Added by rhonda talbot on August 16, 2010 at 1:31pm — No Comments

Flattery Will Get You Everywhere And Me Nowhere....

Anatomy of a Pitch That Never Happened





Though no stranger to writing books, short stories, or screenplays, I not yet written a half hour comedy for TV and had an idea that seemed to only lend itself to this venue.





I asked an agent friend for a decent half hour so I could look at the format, 5 days later I had my own.



I gave it to her; she loved it and wanted to “take it out.” But first she needed to attach some strong TV elements since I had no TV… Continue

Added by rhonda talbot on August 12, 2010 at 9:25pm — No Comments

Love is a Barrel of Apples 8-2010

I happened across an article the other day that really blew me away, mostly because it got published. It was a mother’s musings on this incredible epiphany she had and is now at complete and utter peace raising her ONE child. First, she was stoned, but let’s not nitpick.

“After I had my child, I was so overwhelmed I had to seek out a spiritual counselor.” Okay, this is where I had to continue because I am already howling. She continues, “It was soooooo hard and overwhelming. I was at wits… Continue

Added by rhonda talbot on August 5, 2010 at 6:47pm — No Comments

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