Friday, November 14, 2008
Posted by Sheri King at 7:26 PM
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Posted by Sheri King at 11:10 AM
Monday, November 3, 2008
Some of you may think I'm joking when I tell you what I did last Thursday. You will also question how old I am. I was an extra on the new 90210!!! My wonderful friend Harmony ( in Illinois) and I were talking about the golden years of the original 90210, and she mentioned that her sister in law did some of the extra casting for the new show. I jumped right on that bandwagon telling her if they ever needed someone past their high school prime, that I would be delighted to be an extra. Okay, I will shout it from my blog- I LOVED/ still LOVE 90210! This was a 15 year old's dream come true. Okay, so it was 16 or so years later, but a girl can pretend she's 15 every once in a while right? Truthfully, I never really thought that my pipe dream would come to reality. However, last Wednesday Harmony called and asked if I would star, um I mean be a background extra for 90210. I called up Mike and after some teasing he agreed to take the day off work. (Thank you Mike!) I had to be in LA by 6:30 AM. It was about a 12 hour day, and my starring role will be wandering the halls of West Beverly High with a briefcase. You may be able to see me walk behind Jenny Garth in episode #111. Keep your eyes on the background people, I am there! I was a fun experience for a nerdy stay at home mom to have. I will remember you all at the Emmys!
Posted by Sheri King at 8:14 PM
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Here's Tyler at the ward trunk or treat. He wanted to be Indiana Jones, and I couldn't find a cute costume. I eventually found an ugly, cheap looking (but not actually cheap) costume at Target. His costume was so ugly that even Mike made a comment about how ugly Tyler's costume was. I had in my mind this really cute looking Indiana Jones, but it did not come out that way. Tyler still had a great time (that's what it's all about anyways). He and some friends ran from house to house filling up their pumpkin buckets until all the parents were too tired to go on. I think Tyler could've gone till midnight.
Posted by Sheri King at 7:18 PM