In other news, on Tuesday I got a call that the talent agency was submitting Beth for a big national television ad for Disney. They wanted to make sure we'd be available for not only the audition dates, but also for the callback and filming dates. Yesterday they called back to tell me that the auditions are today, and oh, by the way, she takes ballet, right? Um, no. She doesn't. They needed little girls that took ballet. Apparently part of this ad is a dream where little girls are at a birthday party and they are transported into the ballerina birthday cake and into Disney World or something along those lines. Another part is little boys swimming. So when you see that ad (which is being shot in July, so sometime after that), that's the one Beth missed out on because she doesn't take ballet. Sadly, I think that part of the filming was going to be done at Disney World in Orlando, and Beth has recently been
I'm lifting the search restrictions here. I originally didn't allow search engines to crawl this blog. But if I don't allow Disney to find this blog, how will they find this to know to give our family a free trip, which I will then sing praises of right here in this very forum? Either that or I can question their PC-ness. I mean, why not have little boy ballet dancers and little girl swimmers? Huh, Disney? What's up with the gender stereotypes? Sexist much? That would be like me awarding a PINK toy to Saly just because her soon-to-be-born baby is a girl. But *I'M* not a HUGE corporation taking over the WORLD one toddler at a time. By the way, a little heads-up for you Disney: watch out for Oprah. She's some serious competition in the whole world-taking-over thing.