The opposite of warm

Posted by Ken Campbell November 8, 2012 0 Comment 1120 views
It’s early, still plenty dark outside, and it feels like the mercury has fallen out of the bottom of the thermometer. Somewhere around here, after we fall back an hour but before the Christmas carols start oozing out of the grocery store sound system, is when winter actually arrives. Today feels like it might be the day.
Every day is frantic right now, a mad scramble of tasks large and small, all focused on what needs to be done before the premiere next Wednesday. It’s a good sort of desperation – if that makes any sense at all – but I’m still looking forward to putting it in the rear-view mirror. Of course, there will just be something else. On Thursday, the day after the film debuts, I’m helping to judge a science fair at Sherman Elementary School… which will be a completely different kind of pressure.
Right now, I’ve got the fire going in the stove and the kettle on to boil. There’s a lot of writing to be done in the next couple of hours, and then the day begins in earnest. 

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