....this morning about an industrial shoot for a hospital I did on Saturday that has stayed with me. I played a cancer patient that was getting a chemo infusion in one of the hospital's beautiful new bays. There was a gorgeous atrium filled with wonderful, lush plants for patients to look at, as well as flat screen TVs and comfortable chairs and a very cheery atmosphere to help lift the spirits of what must be a scary experience, no matter how many days into your therapy you are. The direction I got was to not be so scared, but I'll tell you what, my emotions got the better of me that day and I really had to fight my fear. All of the folks on this shoot were lovely. They were using real doctors and nurses, and the one nurse with whom I had a scene, a beautiful young angel named Holly, could not have been nicer or more eager to help and just do her job when it came to the director calling "Action!" I told her how lucky any patient would be to have her for their nurse. I know so many people at this stage of my life who have had to endure chemotherapy, some courageous people succumbing to death, some courageous survivors, and all of them were in that bay with me on Saturday. I hope they all were fortunate enough to have a Holly by their side. She was amazing.