Dear Beloved Blog Readers,
It’s Christmas time!
It’s also a great time to think about all that we are “loving into place”.
We are also observing that the days are dark and winter is here.
Please let’s take a moment to gather up some of the love that has been spilling forth since Emily found the right person to guide our project. Yes, Emily, you are correct he did not direct us. He said “Mark, I think you’re just going to have to love this all into place.” And he sent us love every day.
Oh, we have been using the theme of “loving it into place” ever since and I am thinking it is a great gift for all of you.
I am still recovering from my existential crisis which had me take a big look at my life and slip into a funk. I realize that it is easy to think your life is going to miraculously find its way after the push to move a big project into life. Of course, the big project I’m talking about is my movie. I really joyfully know that you have to give a lot to life to get a lot back.
I am so amped up now that I am at Champlain Community Services. Here I have people who look in my eyes and see me. I am moving my plans forward for my business. Oh, I am so happy.
Merry Christmas to all!
I will be in touch with my New Year’s resolutions and I won’t disappoint as I have some great ones for all of you.
The Merry Man of Vermont
P.S. I want to tell you all that my movie received “First Place” in “Art and Theater” at the Alliance for Community Media (Northeast) Video Festival. I’m delighted that Jim Heltz traveled down to the Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT to receive it. Please know you can purchase my DVD at any time by going to the shop on my web site.