my grams is 88 years old but still quite sprite and strolls about with a spring in her step. she also loves my dog and calls him “bee bee”. she taunts him with treats and makes him turn over in circles and circles and makes him do loads of tricks before she finally gives him his treat.
she also looooooves hiding things in the oddest places and forgetting where she puts them, and then claims that people stole them.
today I was cleaning the dishes, and putting some spoons in the dishwasher. Lo and behold, my grandma had put a fully wrapped Babybel
cheese IN THE DISHWATER. it was snuggled between a fork and a knife. good thing the dishwasher hadn’t been turned on.
oh grams. i guess when you’re 88 things like that happen….
i am so lucky that people in this world are so willing to help me. sometimes I can’t believe how much people will do to help me through my rough times. i am often overwhelmed with gratitude and happiness through the kindness of others. i know i can do it on my own, but when people reach out when you could really use a helping hand, it restores my faith in humanity (mostly).
and then some beezy says “Fuck Japanese/Fuck America” at a bar when you’re just minding your own biznaz, kickin it with your friends and I get angry again.
T.V. Host - World Traveler/Cooking-Food Expert (United States)
We are looking for a charismatic host (Chef/Expert), who is energized and can share his/her expertise and passion with ordinary people across the country - and be able to teach them the “tricks of the trade”, while looking like you’re enjoying it at the same time. You need to know your way around the kitchen with ease, know the gadgets (new & old), know ingredients (new - i.e. sustainable/organic & old - i.e. “old school” / traditional), and have an in-depth understanding of world cuisine (or at least be a VERY quick study, and be able to “pull it off” when the camera rolls.)
Signing of a Non-Disclosure and Contract are required. We will be shooting in various cities across the U.S. This is most likely a 13-episode commitment, with one episode taking approximately one week to shoot, plus at least one to two voice-over days per show script. We can work with your schedule to accommodate our shooting schedule, but there may be one to two-week(+) time commitments required, depending on the shooting location(s).