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SAGIndie

Deadly Flower The Movie is coming along nicely.
Our General Casting is listed on SAGindie.org. Take a look.
Casting is closed for the lead roles but there are some supporting roles posted.


Here is a note from Laralee as well:
Laralee from Deadly Flower - A Note
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From the Diary of Laralee "Deadly Flower:The Awakening"

Laralee's Diary Entry 1.0 - Deadly Flower: The Awakening

Dear Diary,

Is it okay to say Dear Diary? Sounds lame to me. Mom and I are on the run again. Were on
I-95 now heading south she said. Im starving, I threw up everything in me after I.. well, it was my first time. Ive...
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Deadly Flower The Movie

Deadly Flower is about a female assassin and her daughter who becomes just as Deadly as mom if not more. This story was born from another story I wrote. Actually two other stories. Characters from the other stories will find their way into this story.

The first began with a boy who was taught a dying Martial Art. There were only...
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lillithvain:
Happy Birthday!
shucks:
Thank You Lillith. I just now saw this. :-)
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Unknown... Definitely a must see.
Don't believe the hype of the preview.
The movie had a good mix of action and drama.
Liam Neeson was incredible as always.

Next I am going to see "I am Four".

Shucks
cathleeen:
hey... thank for add biggrin
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A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.

Lao Tzu (604 BC 531 BC)
Chinese philosopher
mylene:
Awwww, thank you for compliment!
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San Antonio, Tx bound to visit the old Stomping Grounds. Lackland AF Base. The first week of Feb.

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bob:
Oh, thank you SO much for your comment on my set Before the World Was Made. I'm so glad you like it! It means a lot!!!
unida:
thanks for your nice comment on bryophyta kiss
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I am aware that success is more than a good idea.

Anita Roddick (19422007)
English entrepreneur and activist
founder of The Body Shop
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If you rest, you rust.

Helen Hayes (19001993)
American actress
Academy, Emmy, Tony, and Grammy winner
mylene:
Thank you for the request.
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Carpe diem.
Quam minimum credula postero.

Horace (65B.C.8B.C.)
Roman poet

"Seize the day" is probably the best known translation of "Carpe diem" (maybe because of this great scene from Dead Poet's Society?). Some other translations of Horace's verse (from Ode XI) include "Harvest the day", "Pluck the day" and "Snatch the sleeve of to-day."

The point is to take advantage...
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lee:
I need to start taking advantage of the present and stop procrastinating.
shucks:
That would be a good idea. Most often we say that we have plenty of time but why wait? If we take advantage of now then tomorrow will be that much better. Do what ya gotta do Lee! Do it well!