My wake-up call came in earlier than the sun’s, and, riding an adrenaline rush as big as El Capitan, I soon found myself wide awake, showered, dressed and out the front door of the hotel, breathing in the crisp, cold air and running the day’s events through my head maybe six or seven hundred times each. In my left hand, I held a small note that I’d found tucked into my door. Hastily scribbled on hotel stationery, the message was from Leonard, sent to wish me luck on the project. It touched me deeply, and I carried those good wishes with me throughout the day. As it turned out, I’d be needing them.
- About the first day of shooting of STV in Star Trek Movie Memories.