Hey! So I was reading everyone who is in showcase's resumes and I noticed under special skills that "valid license driver" was a frequent skill that was written. I was trying to figure out why, but I don't know and I was so curious about it!
Because it shows that we can legally drive in say a commercial or something. Or it could mean that you have a way to get around without relying on your company. Valid passport is also something I should have added as well
Come on eileen for 16 hours on repeat to Florida? OK ROAD TRIP ROAD TRIP
Omg. Yes. Yes.
Girl we are going to have SOY MUCH FUN
Did you have to do anything special to become friends with fin Ariel? Or was it something that presented itself? Merida too? How were you introduced to them? Auditions?
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I am jealous of your talent! How long have you been singing for?
Since I was a freshman in high school :)
Why do you think they got ride of the lagoon mermaids?
do you still talk to andrew at all? your friendship was the cutest
He literally just texted me today! I just woke up from a nap and saw he texted again. It’s hard to keep in touch with out of town friends this semester since legally blonde and showcase but we’ve talked here and there :) I have no doubt this will pick up right back where they left off once showcase is over
#1 you NEED to be in the Festival of Fantasy Parade. #2 You're amazing and perfect no exaggeration you are the biggest inspiration for me so excuse me while I continue to [not creepily] admire you from afar #3 I need to be in the Festival of Fantasy Parade and I just want to get out there and audition already… I have an internship this summer but I really want to audition for seasonal next year…. thoughts? Good idea/bad idea? Next year will be my last summer before I graduate. GAHH.
1. I KNOW. I NEED TO IT SO BAD IN MY LIFE! 2. Thank you, and I love you so much :) 3. YES YOU DO. I say go for it! I think it would be a great idea for you to audition!
How did you get a seasonal position at WDW for all these years? I've heard it's very rare or simply unheard of. I know some people get "special cases," how did you do that? I think it's wonderful you had that opportunity!
When I auditioned they were very desperate for full timers at the time (wow.. Talk about a complete 180 from then to now) and when I was offered the job they offered me full time, part time, or seasonal. I said seasonal since I was going back to school in the fall. Casting then said just take full time so we don’t have to worry about you getting capped then we can switch you to seasonal no problem. I’m glad we had this arrangement since I worked 6 to 7 days a week that summer! I would have been capped so fast!
Thank you for the book suggestions! My roommate raves about Looking for Alaska so I made sure it was one of my first purchases. Also, I feel exactly the same with you about 50 Shades. I thought I was the only girl! Haha
Hahaha I am ashamed yet totally not about reading all 3!
Oh! And totally add “forever neverland” to that list of books you need to read! So good.
personal post of the day?:)
I can make one tomorrow :) I’ve taken a mental break this week since it was my first full week off of doing shows!