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I spend a good couple of hours on my work, then head to the shops to get some lunch, and my food shopping for the week coming up. ”I sit down at my table and gesture for him to take a seat opposite me “I’ve been a forensic psychologist for the NYPD for the past year, so I’m just looking through a few files for them and making notes on some of their cases that are heading to court, so I’m ready if I get called to testify”.‘Wow, that sounds so interesting. I would like to graciously accept you offer to work with you on your film.
The story really starts as I’m sat working, sipping on a nice cold mango cooler, when a man trips and spills his drink right next to my feet one very hot, sunny morning…“I’m so sorry! Do you do any consultations for other companies or just work exclusively for the NYPD? “It really is, it’s amazing to me the way behaviour can be influence by so many factors. ” I asked, as I started to gather the papers back up into their relevant folders.“That’s good, and I do know of someone; me! ’ i thought to myself as my mouth hung open like an idiot. ” I could picture his friendly smile, and the very dapper suit from earlier and I knew his laughter wasn’t mean spirited. I do have some questions though.” I couldn’t help the cheesy grin that spread across my face as I said I accepted.
So this is my first ever experience at creative writing. I don't think there is enough Kate Mc Kinnon fanfiction out there (there's plenty for Jillian Holtzmann though!
) Hopefully you like this, and any notes would be great!
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” says the stranger“It’s fine, it didn't spill on my work, that’s all I care about. You looked so focused in your work, I’m sorry to interrupt you like this…” He paused waiting for my name.“Allison. I haven't been asked to before in my 5 years in the profession, but I can if I’m needed. I’m working on a new movie and I’m looking for someone who could help me with directing the actors as well as someone who could work with the actors closely on how they should be behaving and reacting. Without thinking I blurted out a quick ‘yes’ and then resumed my fish impression, mouth hanging open again. I have the same feeling as I did on the day the NYPD accepted me and I know in that moment that I’ve made the right decision.“Oh that’s just great news! ” He then fires out an address not to far from my apartment. With more to get tasks to be done today, I hop up from my couch, pocket my phone, put my bag over my shoulder and pick up my keys, I head out to get my food shopping done for the week.
Here, let me help you.” I say, leaning over my table to reach the napkins I have and bend down to his eye level and help him mop up the spilt coffee as best I can. Paul gave a hearty chuckle, handed me his card and said to contact him after I’ve had more time to think about his offer. I’ve babbled to the guy I want to accept a job offer from. This is going to be so much fun, I can’t wait to get started. As usual, I spend more money on food than I should have, and head back to put the rapidly melting ice cream in the freezer (because who wants watery Ben & Jerry’s?! For the remainder of the day, I sit and finish my work notes, watch Netflix and eat.
Having lived in New York City for just over a year, I have found myself a new weekend routine that fits around my work and limited knowledge of NYC’s geography.
Every Saturday morning I find myself walking 10 minutes away from my apartment to a small Starbucks, ordering a hot chocolate in the winter and a nice mango and passionfruit cooler in the summer (because summer in America actually does what it says on the tin; unlike UK summers! I then settle down with my folders of work on one of the biggest tables available, spreading out all of my paperwork and get to work on making notes on each file. ” I offer out my hand for him to shake, (which he does with a firm grip) and then move to put the coffee soaked napkins in the nearest bin.“I’m Paul, Paul Feig. If you don’t mind me asking, what are you working on?
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