Skip to main content

Interview With Rachel Boston

 



Mercy: Can you share a little bit about yourself 
Rachel: I was born and raised on a mountain in Tennessee. I have two brothers and we grew up hiking and camping and spent a lot of time in nature. I started singing in the church choir when I was 7 and then moved to NYC when I was 17. I started at NYU and got really involved in theater and that led to moving to Los Angeles to start a TV series called American Dreams. I’m now based in Los Angeles and travel all over for work. 

Mercy: If you could play a role in any movie from the past, who would it be? 
Rachel: Oh wow, any role. First coming to mind is Mary Hatch in It’s a Wonderful Life. I watch that with my family every year, and I love it. I just adore her.  

Mercy: Who are some of your acting influences? 
Rachel: My grandmother isn’t an actress but she’s 101 and still traveling the world and is one of the deepest inspirations of my life. I’m inspired by so many women creating their own content right now. Creating shows that tell a story from their own point of view and bringing such truth to their experience. And I watch a lot of comedies. I’m in a place where I just want to laugh. And Meryl Streep. Doesn’t everyone say Meryl Streep? She’s just pure magic on screen. 

Mercy: What is the most rewarding aspect of being an actress? 
Rachel: Connecting with people.  I was on a series called Witches of East End for a few years and people would come up to me in airports with tears in their eyes about how one story helped them let go of something painful or open up to a new experience. It was beautiful to connect with people I didn’t know on that level. My hope is always to help people see and feel that they are not alone.  



Mercy: What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
Rachel: Well ... I’ve been through a lot and somehow my faith has always pulled me through. I also love road trips. I go on a lot of road trips. Wait, that’s two things 😂 

Mercy: If your life was a movie what would the title be? 
Rachel: Oh, that’s fun. Maybe “Mountain Girl” - a girl from a mountain navigating life and discovering deeper truths about life and love and what really brings joy. And making a lot of mistakes but it would be a comedy. Or I hope it’s a comedy. There’s definitely a rainbow and a happily ever after ... I hope.  

Mercy: Are there any Hallmark movies you’ve done that you’d like to do a sequel to? 
Rachel: The Last Bridesmaid  

Mercy: What do you like to do in your free time? 
Rachel: I hike a lot, I just started a class that I love with Toni Trucks who is an amazing goddess of a woman I’m working with on Seal Team, I read, I write, I develop new scripts and stories. And I travel.  

Mercy: Any upcoming projects you can share about? 
Rachel: I’m working on Seal Team at the moment and getting excited for the next adventure.  

Mercy: Is there a quote/verse/poem that has inspired you, that you could share? 
Rachel: Jeremiah 29:11 has always been one that resonated with me throughout my life. Trusting the path and that God has a plan even in the most challenging times. And my grandpa used to say, “If you have your health you have everything.” He’s right. 


Keep Up With Rachel-


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Before the Wrath Movie

 Hi All!! Have you heard about Before the Wrath?  This highly rated film is narrated by Kevin Sorbo. ● Highlights the importance and impact of Biblical prophecy ● Narrated by Kevin Sorbo and featuring: ○ Jack Hibbs - Theologist and host of “Real Life” on SiriusXM ○ Amir Tsarfati - Founder and President of Behold Israel ○ Jan Markell - Founder of Olive Tree Ministries ○ JD Farag - Theologist and Eschatologist ○ Scott McConnell - Exec. Director of Lifeway Research ○ Jay McCarl - Ancient Middle Eastern Anthropologist ○ Lizette Dillinger - Qualitative Director of LifeWay Research ● YouVersion 5 day reading plan available - https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/20059-before-the-wrath Before the Wrath 1. Talking points: ● #1 Christian movie in Am I did find much of the movie interesting and informing.  I am not sure I totally agree with all their points, but it did challenge me to go look and research for myself. Where can you purchase Before the Wrath: Landing page: ​https://www.

Prilosec OTC $25 Rebate plus a $100 AMEX Giveaway

Hey Neighbors! Do you suffer from heartburn? I do sometimes. I personally can not eat really spicy foods. Problem? I LOVE MEXICAN! So does my whole family. My husband enjoys really spicy foods and sometimes suffers from it. Solution? Have you heard about Prilosec OTC? If not perhaps you would like to try it. Prilosec OTC has a special offer going on right now through February 15th. Buy 2 Prilosec OTC and get $25 back. Now, I personally have not tried Prilosec OTC yet. But according to the site: "How and Why Prilosec OTC® Works Prilosec OTC Blocks Heartburn When you eat, millions of tiny pumps in your stomach lining create acid to break down food. Normally your lower esophageal sphincter (LES) works as a door, opening and closing to let food pass from your esophagus HEARTBURN GLOSSARY Esophagus: Tube connecting the mouth to the stomach; a passageway for food; part of the digestive

Are Big Dogs A Bigger Responsibility?

Image Source Dogs come in all shapes and sizes. When opting to own a bigger breed, there are clearly going to be some differences in owning a Chihuahua. However, how big are these differences? Is the responsibility far greater with a humungous hound? Or are there some bonuses to having a big bow-wow-ing beast? Diet Big dogs do require a different diet then small dogs, not just in terms of portion size but nutrients too. They often need a greater amount of protein, especially as a pup when they are growing. This higher protein food costs more, and given that you’ll be serving up higher portions, you’ll go through a lot more dog food with a big breed than you would with a small breed. There are also other factors to consider. Big dogs are often more likely to contract allergies to certain foods. This can sometimes mean buying hypoallergenic dog food , which is unsurprisingly more expensive. It’s also recommended using a raised dog bowl once a big dog reaches adulthood.