Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Diva on location

So I am the queen of multi-tasking (all mothers are, we get a handbook in the maternity ward) but I kind of suck at multi-focusing. I need to get through one event before shifting complete focus to the next.

I've been kind of absorbed getting through our latest filming event for Newbaby.com We're doing product reviews, which is a pretty cool gig. There's a fun market of innovative products for babies that we get to test on Jessie. Luckily it's stuff like teething rings and nap mats, and not any aeresols or drug trials.

I think we had a good camera day today. The camera man assured me he used the narrow-ass lens.

3 comments:

Mama Ginger Tree said...

I've been reading and enjoying your blog for a while now. This post finally compelled me to leave a comment.

"So I am the queen of multi-tasking (all mothers are, we get a handbook in the maternity ward) but I kind of suck at multi-focusing"

I can so relate that! I just wrote a whole post about it in fact. But you articulated it so much better in your few words than I did in my ramblings.

http://mamagingertree.blogspot.com/2008/05/think-about-it.html

I also loved your "The End is Near" column. Amen to that sister!

Tracey said...

Thanks so much--I'm glad you can relate...

You've nailed the closets thing in your post. We just did that this weekend, but I swear it was such a major undertaking because--again--it had to take focus, which is something I lack on a regular basis. Sigh. But you're right--it's worth it. :)

Jill said...

Do they make lenses that help you look taller too? I'd want one of those following me around during the day...

Then I'd show my video (with me much taller) to my husband ... and he could see that in fact, meals do not cook themselves, laundry doesn't pick itself up and put it into the washing machine, and dishes can't rinse themselves off and hop onto into the dishwasher.

He thinks I'm lying...