It’s snowing… again & again & again…
- Posted on 26th January 2011
- in Broadway Usher's Life, Pictures, Screenwriter's Life
- by jeffgoldstein
Wednesday Jan 26, 2011. Sitting in my Living room watching the snow fall outside, it looks like a postcard.
The show I was ushering at Lincoln Center has closed, A FREE MAN OF COLOR, and I now have a lot of free time on my hands. Actually I feel like a person again, being able to have dinner or lunch on the weekends with friends I haven’t spoken to in awhile to catch up, although I do miss the extra paycheck.
I’ve been doing a lot of research for the new screenplay HEALED which means hours & hours on the internet, reading, exploring, educating myself… I’m been on quite a journey discovering more and more about me, while I search for information on other subjects.
Working at a Bookkeeping Client this afternoon, then coffee with a friend afterward then home for the messing evening snow.
Tags: bookkeeping, Lincoln Center, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, snow, writing
Enjoy the wonderland, Jeff! And good luck with the screenplay. Those times without a job can be tough, but they can also be a blessing in disguise for a writer who’s been struggling to find the time to put a project together. And for me, snow is very inspirational. So, I wish you a very productive snow day! All the best. –Cheri, in the same storm as you just across the river in New Jersey. And you’re right. The view out the river does look like a postcard!
Thanks Cheri for reading my blog.
I enjoyed reading some interesting posts on yours.
Best wishes with your book.