These are busy times. So busy that I wasn’t able to do any writing-oriented work today.
Partially due to a lot of walking in an effort to get some exercise, and partially to save money.
Today was also the first day of Rosh Hashanah, so I took advantage of my only opportunity to go to services. I walked there as well.
And K and I are trying new healthy recipes, so I have to get ingredients.
And since K has the car AND my bike is still in the shop, there’s more walking.
All of this adds up to not much writing time. Which kind of sucks.
But I did get one of those mega-positive feelings today. Like my scripts are going to be kickass and totally awesome. It feels really cool to experience that. Hope it lasts.
I’ll make a big effort tomorrow to try and get some more work done. Promise.
-A listing that was on Craigslist about two weeks ago popped up again. They want a produced screenwriter to help with a short-term project, and the person MUST have pitching experience.
Because everybody knows that if you are looking for an experienced screenwriter, Craigslist is the place to go! If you’ll excuse me for a second, I have to hold on to my eyes so they don’t roll right out of my head.
How stupid would you have to be to think that a working writer would be interested, let alone willing, to take on this kind of assignment? I’ve really considered writing them this exact question. But in the end, I probably won’t.
Or maybe post a response-type listing. I would love to hear their line of reasoning. Then again, I’d be amazed if they responded at all.
Once again, no Movie of the Moment. Part of it has to do with busy evenings that revolve around getting homework done, and then getting an almost-8-year-old insomniac to stay in bed.
Both of these activities are quite time-consuming, which unfortunately doesn’t include much time to settle in and watch a portion of whatever Netflix sent.
I miss that.