I met my wife in the land of the often misunderstood “hoosier,” where sports is king and God is a Baptist. It’s where I was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2001 and where I found my cure. It’s where I was married, and where I first lived in my “own” home. I’m fond of it, but it never felt like “home” to me.
It wasn’t the cold mountains of Upstate New York, where I spent my formative years dreaming of a life more literary. Today; however, I found myself surrounded by my wife’s family and our mutual friends and I didn’t feel out of place or like an outsider. So I would have to agree with Captain Hammer when I say:
“Home is where the heart is, so your real home’s in your chest.”
Anywho, I’m making some good headway in the whole getting-ready-to-make-my-web-series planning. I have character bios done, for casting calls and have really worked out how I want to use the camera to tell the story. Planning, planning, planning.
Episode one has been written and I’ll have the first few written soon after I return from Indiana (Feb 11th). Oddly enough, I think Indiana would be a better place to actually shoot the project as I think the snowy landscape would provide a good quality to some of the episodes, but alas, sunny California will have to do.
Posting will be infrequent while I’m here, but I’ll try to get on here as often as I can.
I’m still waiting on that email buddy. Next best thing to happen to Star Trek since you is me. 🙂