Friday, May 29, 2009


The play I'm working on is now at mid point. Fifty pages written, about fifty pages to go. It's progressing. Coming along. A third of the way there. Daylight on the horizon.

(Hmm. Until this moment I've never thought about how far away a horizon actually is. And when I get there, how will I know I've arrived?)

In the meantime, I've not fully responded to comments and questions aimed in my general direction. A serious character flaw, that.

So here they come - the answers, and not in any special order. Other than addressing individuals by name and adding pictures, the persons asking questions shall remain anonymous.

SAM. Yes, I will be there. How could I say "no" to a sweet face like that? I will be there - I will move heaven and earth to be there. Unless I have to work, in which case I probably won't.

BIRDIE. Thank you for sending me the picture of you on jury duty. You neglected to tell me which one is you.

MARK. Very nice. Personally, I favor something with four wheels. And a bathroom.

NANCY. Yes, there is hope for you. You appear normal. On the other hand, "normal" is subjective, isn't it? I mean, things that seem normal to a hundred and fifty pound rabbit may or may not ...

Excuse me. It's past time for my meds. I can hear the alarm. I think they are looking for me.

Sh-h-h-h ...


And how was your day?


Julie M said...

Although not mentioned here, I wonder if each of 67 teapots come with 67 stories and among them, which are your least favorite and why... just to stir the pots...

Kaleidoscope said...

Thanks for the touch. And about the horizon... you'll know. Except I'd suggest taking a land route instead of that lovely lake in the picture. I think walking on the water is a temporary ability, linked to great faith. I just don't know about taking the water route all the way to the horizon. Congratulations on arriving at mid-point! NG