Saving the World One Imagination at a Time
Loved the news of the script moving on - page 63 sounds like progress to me. Well, who wants t-h-r-e-e Jehovias witnesses anyway - they usually come to the door in pairs round here. Had an email from a friend some months ago with an article written with lots of letters missed out of each word by a University study group on language - and guess what? - our brain was able to decipher every word with absolutely no problem. - so who cares about spelling now-a-days. Every great success for 2010 wished to you from your English pearl. What every happened to her story???
I wanted to do a movie that showed Jehovah Witnesses in a positive light because of their stand against Nazis in World War Two but I found this concept didn't fit the story I was writing.Reading is no problem as I'm a natural born speed reader but writing is a nightmare even with spell check.On Rose Pearl and the Grandfather Green Tie novels I put those on hold until I live by myself. As caretaker for my 80 year old parents I found writing in a new long form (I never written a novel before) was next to impossible. My parents need something every few minutes and art and writing project suffer because of this.I am redesigning the Rose Peal legs as I work on script in my head. I hope to have my first draft done soon so I can finish your painting and send it across the pond:)
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