Nos, a mai naptól egy új dolgot találtam ki, ami szerintem nem is olyan rossz ötlet. Minden héten napra lebontva megosztom veletek a szereplők közösségi oldalain közzétett képeket bejegyzésekkel együtt, ami főként a Luciferhez kapcsolódik. Ma Lesley-Ann-re esett a választásom.
És egy szomorú hírt is közölt színésznőnk, ugyanis 17 órával ezelőtt osztotta meg velünk, hogy nagyapja elhunyt.
"Loss". There is an incredibly amount of pain in this picture. This was 2009 and would be the last time I saw my grandfather alive or what was left of his cancer stricken body. I saw glimpses of him throughout this visit but I think he left long before his body did. I watched for months as he fought and battled, desperately wanting to live. Being given the absolute best care by the hospital. I'd been with him as they drained his lungs of fluid. A memory I wish I never had. Watching your grandpa, your best friend as a child, cry through the pain, horrible. He is the first family member I ever lost and this experience taught me a lot. How thankful I was that we were in New Zealand where I lived for 12 years and where my parents still reside. How grateful I was for a national healthcare system. See, my family is middle class. Without the healthcare they, I, my friends, the NZ citizens who don't know me or my family, contribute to, we would have not had my pa around for as long as we did and most certainly would have not only lost him, but would also have been burdened with crippling medical costs after his death. I was working on Spartacus season 1 at the time, very early stages of my career. I was not able to help financially. I share this very personal story because today in the country I now call home, America, the house will vote on a bill. A bill that would see millions lose their insurance, millions of Americans live in fear of getting sick or worse, dying painfully horrible deaths. Being pregnant right now, knowing exactly the costs involved with birth in America, I'm well aware of how fortunate I am to be in the position I am. I was without insurance for 4 years in LA before doing enough SAG jobs to qualify me for our union plan. I get it. I know what it's like to live in fear of getting sick, to not go to a doctor because you have rent to pay. This is not a political vote. For every one of those representatives, who represent YOU, it is a moral one and it's up to you to ensure they vote for best interests of not only your family, but families and Americans you don't know, regardless of political preference. Please, call your reps. LA x 866-426-2631