Hollywood director/writer/producer. Rabble rouser and All American Uppity Woman. See my feature film THE COMMUNE at Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes.
I am so happy to see the photos of Mom and Nurse Sis, Scott (visiting, right?) and you.Nurse and Kid, you are so gorgeous! What a loving and beautiful family. Thanks, Lis, for sharing these photos, I love seeing you, especially Mom.Tell Mom that the ECaP group are saying prayers for her. I'm going to visualize the drop in the blood sugar numbers... see them in your minds' eye literally moving downward.down down down :)
See, you look good in this picture, too.A little furry, but . . . still good.-Otis
You know, Otis, I think she's the one to the left of the fuzz-ball...How do you get Hero to DO that, anyways? He looks straight at the camera and smiles... really, I think that dog is destined for stardom.PS. Didja see this? This treatment sounds familiar... am I crazy? (Well. On this particular matter.) From "Query Letters I Love":Title: THE WATERCRESSLog Line: An infamous murderess fights to live and love on her own terms.Genre: Historical/Psychological Drama'Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done she gave her father forty-one.' Then she was acquitted. Lizzie considers her infamous past to be ancient history, however the prurient public does not. When she falls in love with actress Nance O'Neill, Lizzie pays a high price.
Funnigirl, I'm glad to hear you liked seeing Mom. I caught some hell for posting it, frankly, but I thought you guys HAD to see it. I mean, that Hero posing thing is about the funniest thing ever.Otis, thanks? :)NN, I READ that logline! Damn, they stole another one of my ideas!!! Hero is TOTALLY destined for stardom. Little shit. I'll probably end up writing sitcom scripts for some crappy show built around him...But at least there will be Hero Dolls!
I stumbled upon your blog via Kung Fu Monkey, checking out random blogs through various comments in his San Diego Comic Con posting. All I have to say is I love what you've done here. The glimpses into your life are so moving and charming, I just wanted to express that to you. I admire your tenactiy, your bravery in everything you've experienced and all that you do. I am a fellow struggling screenwriter, who recently graduated from an MFA program in Orange County and can relate to many of your antecdotes in your writing life (I'd love to read something you've written, screenplay wise, sometime)Apologies for rambling. Keep writing.
So what's happening with Mom?NN
American Knight, wow! What a compliment. I'm so pleased you've read some of the archives. This post means so much to me; please come back again!
I most certainly will...
God damn, that's one cute dog. Can't pass by him without smiling.
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