It snowed today in New Hampshire. Nothing that stuck to the ground, and nothing to panic about, but a reminder that I will soon be spending a lot more of my time indoors. Except, of course, for the time I have to spend removing snow from the driveway.
This winter I'm going to try very hard to finish a lot of unfinished projects. It's been a tough year for finishing, interrupted by health issues (mine and family's), a death in the family which took me to California, and changes around the house (that are positive changes, but time-consuming).
I think that's why more successful careers in writing and music and movies are started when one is young, before there are so many obligations. But here I am. I can't be younger, don't want to be single, love being a Dad (though looking forward to being the Dad of adult children who are at least somewhat on their own), and so I will make what I can of this new career attempt, and reach as many people with my stories and music as I can manage.
But, of course, to do that, I have to finish them. So it's more time at the screen, writing, recording, editing, mixing, mastering, book formatting, and all the other things that go into creating something finished, something that's ready for prime time.
Ready for you. With thanks for sticking with me, reading my blog, and occasionally making your way over to SoundCloud to listen to my music or over the Amazon to read my stories. I do appreciate it, and I hope to show that appreciation by giving you more. Very soon.