Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Lunch (Hour) with Poppy Montgomery


The rain let up for a couple of hours this afternoon and I returned to the filming of "Unforgettable." After studying pictures of Poppy Montgomery and conferring with my colleagues -- we don't get a lot of excitement in the neighborhood, so this was big news -- I realized the woman whose back I'd photographed yesterday was Poppy Montgomery.

It was fun watching the filming, though I was asked to move several times and ended up wedged between two parked cars kitty corner across the street from the where the actors were standing. It was well worth it to be able see a television show being filmed.

If that were my only thrill for the week, I would be perfectly content. But on Thursday night I get to meet one of the sweetest and most talented woman in Blogland. I am so looking forward to our get together. You know there will be pictures!

Wishes for sweet excitement!

12 comments:

Country Dreaming said...

You do get into a lot of excitement there. What fun!!!

Melinda

TARYTERRE said...

ENJOY these little distractions. They are life's way of keeping us from getting bored. LOL

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Oh, I would have LOVED to have been there to see the filming! Good for you!
Best,
Gloria

Marie said...

How very exciting. Life is never boring. I don't think anyways! xxoo

Chatty Crone said...

So who are you meeting? sandie

Theresa said...

OH how fun! I can't wait to see pictures of you and your blog friend:) Have a blessed day, HUGS!

Loretta said...

Great Fun!

peggy said...

I love Poppy's new show. If you see her again, would you tell her? LOL Exciting!

Ms Sparrow said...

It's exciting to watch a filming in progress. A few years ago, the Cohen brothers were filming scenes for the film "A Serious Man" at a restaurant close to my home. I went over and stood around for a while. There were
huge panels blocking the street side to keep traffic out of the picture. The parking lot was full of vintage 50's cars. There were dozens of extras walking around in vintage clothing. The interior of the restaurant was decorated in 50's decor. There was one minute-long scene in the movie of that location and none of the
cars, extras or interior were visible. No wonder movies are so expensive to make!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

What an exciting way to spend the day. I know I would of enjoyed watching it myself.
Hope you enjoyed your visit tonight with your friend. Can't wait to see the pictures.
Just wanted to give you heads up on a giveaway I am having now. Hope you can enter
Love
Maggie

Nezzy said...

Well, there ya are rubbin' elbow with the 'famous'. Please don't forget us 'little' people! Heehehehe!

I do love the show, what a thrill for ya!

God bless and have a marvelous weekend!!! :o)

Cindy said...

How fun that you got to talk to a star and you didn't even know it!
I see her in the green sweater across the street in this photo.
Have fun!
Hugs, Cindy