Vampire life

Despite the fact that summer happens for about 3hours in England I shall soon be shunning the daylight and entering the nocturnal world. A life half-lived soon awaits as I start the night shift.
This is not particularly what I was looking for. However the promise of a job where I can avoid meetings and Human Resources seems very appealing.
It does interfere with my theatrical goals however, but all is not lost. Instead I shall be having some decent ‘head shots’ done and seeing what filming is going on. Being an extra isn’t acting, but it does provide one with a constant stream of good quality food. As I love food, this is quite good.
The nights shift will allow me 4 days off at a time too. Of course the first day is just awful as you have to re-adjust the body clock.
Hopefully the house will be sold soon and we can focus on actually finding work that I want to do. Drama school is out of the question I’m afraid, far too expensive when one has a family to support. I’m quite keen on opening up a guest house. Perhaps one with a theatrical feel to it. Also my grumpy behaviour may just been seen as part of the ambience!

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About lordegburtnobacon
Greetings! I appreciate a fine Tweed and my hobbies include drinking heavily and acting. However I do not mix the two.

3 Responses to Vampire life

  1. elcampeador says:

    Here is hoping that you take no umbrage.

    Between your acting talent, your being “keen on opening a guest house” and self described “grumpy behaviour”, (yes, the Yank made sure the U was kept) combine your talent with the “keen” to open a reality, Fawlty Towers, or Bacon Towers, or any type of Towers you choose.

    If and yes, a big IF, your guests knew the ‘rules of the house’, so to speak, through advertisement of your combing talent and keenness, it could be a damn hoot and profitable option.

    P.S. One would need to hire a “Manuel” and a maid “Polly’. OH and keep the mustache, Basil. (if you do in fact, have one)..

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