How my elder furball responded when I told him it’s my 2 year bloggiversary. Shot on Pixel 6 Pro, black and white filter.
There are times in life when it feels like it’s all you can do to take it one day at a time. When the world puts you in reaction mode, one mini-crisis to the next, and your waking hours consist entirely of parrying the attacks. And not forgetting to breathe. Out and in, out andContinue reading “Times Like These”
Many thanks to the folks at Rosedale Community Players for giving my post some love this week! It’s kinda like scrolling through Facebook and discovering that someone is quoting you, or finding out that your photos show up on Google location searches and have been viewed a hundred thousand times. Anyway, it’s cool. Thanks guys.
November is often a time for avoiding social obligations. For hibernating from the outside world and putting a permanent glutes-shaped dent into the comfy couch. For late coffee runs and an excess of hair falling into the drain. Because November is National Novel Writing Month. Or to those “in the industry”, simply NaNoWriMo. There’s somethingContinue reading “NoNaNoWriMo”
Theatre, writing, and travel are my sports. And like any athlete, amateur hobbyist or consummate professional, it’s important to train during the off-season. Which has pretty much been all year, as far as theatre and travel go. Writing, on the other hand? Writing is there for me, always. It’s the hobby that never sleeps. EvenContinue reading “What Neil Said”
Standing at the fork of yet another Road diverged and yellow wood Knowing now That I’m fading with age (As all things do) That it isn’t so much what is chosenAs much as adherence to the choiceAnd coherence of the story That “Where do you want to go today?”Is the only answerable question And thatContinue reading “The Writing Desk”
It’s that time again – time for “something a little different”! Inspired by one of my favorite stories, Rashomon, I solicit the thoughts and opinions of others who have tread the same path as me, but (inevitably) they bring a different perspective. End result: you get twice the story. (I’ve successfully wrangled a “second voice”Continue reading “Rashomon Series: The Notebook – NOLA”