Monday, October 5, 2009

Letter To My Sandwich

Dear Grilled Cheese Sandwich,

I just wanted to say thank you for being so yummy and keeping me full during these hard economic times. You are always faithfully there ready for lunch, or a snack, and sometimes breakfast. The way the cheese melts between your two slices of bread, make you irresistible to walk away from and impossible to ignore.

I love you completely with my whole heart. You were the only one who helped me through my college years when I was just new to the adult world. You helped me make the transition back into eating after quitting acting. You guided me through many a late night working in animation those first few years. Now you are back to help me survive through this hiatus.

I will always be grateful that you are there, cheap and easy. Your ability to keep me full for an entire week and yet not requiring that I empty the piggy-bank to do so means more than I can ever express. I believe that we will be seeing a lot of each other in the next few weeks until I start working again and for that I am forever appreciative.

Thank you so much for everything you are and everything you do. I love you forever, my grilled cheese sandwich.


  1. SO awesome! So you had to stop eating as an actress? i guess that's a given, but it's always a shock to hear it come from the professionals!

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  3. OMG! Honestly, I believe I quit because I was basically starving for a decade! LOL...I was 108 and fired for being overweight on a soap! Seriously

  4. 108? I guess that's morbidly obese in Hollywood and what (expletive) twisted, demented standards.

    Ah yes, the grilled cheese sandwich. The true friend of the writer and unlike ramen, the sandwich offers calcium to aid the posture against the crushing weight of screenwriting.

  5. Exactly.. it is actually quite healthy... Butter and cheese-dairy which is protein...bread-grains...MMMMMMMMM