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Sarah: “You know Mom, everyone has their own dream! I don’t have to be writer.”
Me: “Okay. What’s your dream?”
Sarah: “I want to be a candy shop.”
Me: “You mean a candy shop owner?”
Sarah: “Yeah. A candy shop owner.”
I don’t think I ever told my five-year old that she HAD to be a writer. I might have told her she has a fun imagination, an ingredient that makes great writers. And passion. My five-year old is all kinds of passion. Especially about candy! Continue reading
About two weeks ago, I ventured into NYC, by myself, to see a movie. Trade of Innocents opened Columbus Day weekend, and I knew I had to see it, with or without company. Upon returning, I wrote a little blog/movie review and was delighted to receive an email a few days later from one of the film’s producers. Laurie Bolthouse sent me a little note.
Thank you very much for taking the time to go out of your way to see “Trade of Innocents.” It’s been a faith stretching experience for our family to produce it. … It’s very difficult to get people to a theater seat unless it’s the Avengers, but I do see change and beautiful things happening under the radar.
Again, thank you.
Laurie Bolthouse, Producer “Trade of Innocents”
I reacted like a little kid who receives a return letter from Santa! I was stoked! A real live movie producer emailed me! Piddly little writer me! Continue reading