Even if you don't celebrate any of the multitude of religious holidays that fall around this time of year, I hope you at least consider celebrating the solstice in some meaningful way -- public or private. I don't know about you, but when I woke this morning, my energy had definitely shifted into something really uplifting, happy, rejoicing. I like that solstice energy!!
I am hard at work on several projects here that are keeping me from posting to the blog as often as I'd like to, gang. But rest assured that I do indeed stress out when I can't post here, so -- you're in my thoughts!! ha ha
I am going to have a low key Christmas this year and I am actually looking forward to that. I feel like I've been going nonstop since before I left for Europe, back at the beginning of October. (And speaking of traveling like a lunatic -- my housemate just told me TODAY about a thing called The Chinatown Bus!! $30 each way from Columbus, OH to NYC!! Yippee ki yi fucking YAY!!! This means that all my friends in New York City will soon get tired of seeing me! I am so psyched!!)
But before I can take off for New York again, I have at least one project I need to get a first draft on. So I gotta stay put for awhile here, but it's nice to know that NYC is getting more do-able again. I am really, really happy about that. For me, NYC is a sanity-saver...
Okay, well, as everything gets more and more hectic in this final countdown to Christmas, I'm going to leave you with something a little more calming:
OOPS! I meant this:
Ha ha!! Okay, gang, have a good night!! See ya.
About Marilyn Jaye
Causes Marilyn Jaye Lewis Supports
The Film Council of Greater Columbus, Columbus, OH
The Adrienne Shelley Foundation, NY, NY
Paralyzed Veterans of America, Washington, DC...