Wed. Jan. 7, 2015: Tales from the Hurting Lower Back

Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Waning Moon
Jupiter Retrograde
Terribly cold and cloudy

Winter has hit; although we haven’t had a lot of snow yet, thank goodness, the temperatures are plummeting.

Yesterday, I got out a couple of press releases and did some admin work. Then, it was all about taking down the tree, the decorations, putting everything away, working on the Burns/Woolf script. It’s still not where I want it. I’m just going to keep at it for a few more days and get it right.

The edits for KILLER QUINTET arrived — that was fast! I’ll turn those around this weekend.

My back went out last night — so not fun. I’m going to have to adjust my fitness routine — already adjusted for this year to include weight training — to include work that will strengthen my lower back. I’m not willing to be in this kind of pain or loss of movement.

Watched GOSFORD PARK last night. I remember what a huge impact it had on me when I saw it in the theatre originally. It had a different impact on me last night — I spent more time on character nuances.

Today will be a long day at the library. And I have a lot to do when I get home tonight, including finishing up a press release. I also have to send out a pitch today to what could be an interesting project, but I’m not sure if I’m the right person for it.

The radio drama is percolating, and I have to come up with a three minute piece to read at the end of the month. I’m under deadline pressure, and I wish I felt more creative.



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