Terrible Weather Conditions

Nearly 15 years later and I’m still looking for my Scott Glenn to take a chance on me. Also realize that includes the learning curve.

Completely in the Dark

This was written and sent out to my friends on the eve of the year 2002…

OneOfTheseDaysDear friends:

First off, I hope all your pre-New Year’s activities are coming together and that life is good.

Which sort of leads me to a massive amount of contemplating I’ve been doing lately, and I’m hoping you may have some good advice for me.

God knows I need it.

Now, nearly ten years after the break of 1992 (about which some of you may remember; others, well, ask and I’d be happy to relate the story sometime), I feel I’m playing it safe and boring again. I can’t decide if I merely need a new environment, a new career, or just a new outlook.

I know I have projects I’ve wanted to complete, and still feel a desire to do them, but just “increasing my creative output” doesn’t feel like the solution.


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~ by completelyinthedark on August 26, 2016.

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