it's been a while since i've been a on a show that's beat me as hard as this one. a movie set can very easily become a pressure cooker on any location. putting us in a mine on a schedule on third as long as a normal movie can cause things to get pretty rough. for the most part, everyone is getting along, though at times it's hard to keep going. i can endure it, sure, but i'd like to endure it better.
it seems like the great test of life is to have faith and optimism when the hard times come, whatever they may be. some days i'm great and can go forth unphased. but there are times when i get tired and quiet. i think i'm better when i'm not quiet.
that's one reason i love going out to eat afterwards--the stress and weight (and dust) are gone and we can laugh and talk and tell stories. it feels so good.
tonight the b-cam assistant was looking at one of the other guys' keychain and asked about his vial of oil. he muttered something about "i think it's got oil in it," but didn't really know what to say, until the other guy gathered that it was some mormon thing. a few minutes after, i thought of what a good and simple moment it could've been to explain what it was. missionary moments don't have to end with giving away a book of mormon.
tomorrow is the byu vs. u of u game, the coldplay concert, and our last day!