Some time off for the holidays had been a wonderful thing.
I’ve gotten to spend a lot of time with my family, both immediate and extended. Spent some nice time with friends, hope to do more of that soon. Got a little bit of work done, as well – some schedules, some reading, a bit of research. (and some family related work, too, like moving my parents out of their house! If anyone asks whether emptying and cleaning a garage in 20 degree weather can be fun, the answer is a surprising YES!)
Between seeing Orson and Me, and listening to the Christopher Plummer interview on NPR, and reading a Laurence Olivier biography as well as Just a Geek by Wil Wheaton, I’m finding myself really inspired to increase my output of work, particularly new creative writing and producing projects. So I’m putting into motion a few things that may pan out, or not, but I like the forward momentum feeling!
Hard to believe it was four years ago this week that we signed the lease on 122 South Putnam Street to create the home for the Williamston Theatre. What a gift it’s been, in so many ways.
And, for fun, here are a few photos of things from the last couple weeks – mostly for my own purposes: I’d like to remember this break!
My kids were on Santas “Nice” list!
And he liked their snack!
Nanook and I relaxing Christmas Eve on the floor in front of the fireplace. He’s been a wonderful addition to our family!
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