Things Are A Moving!

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Follow me to my new website and my journey from screenplay to screen!  AFTERMATH was completed this spring and went through revisions this summer, thanks to the notes from two producers. Gratefully, it has now found representation and soon a home.

Go to my NEW website where I continue my journey toward finding my Path in this life, sharing all the bumps and bruises on the way.

Letting Go on a Roller Coaster!

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“We must be willing to let go of the life we’ve planned, … to have the life that is waiting for us.”  Joseph Campbell

I was 10 years old when my family went to 6 Flags Great Adventure.  It was my first time on a roller coaster with my twin brother, and we were so excited, though our stomachs were tied in knots!  I remember the attendant putting the measly safety bar down onto our laps.  I looked at my brother just as the car started to move up the steep climb and scooted over to him.  We lurched to the top and paused just long enough to take a breath.

As soon as the car dove over the edge, everyone screamed in typical roller coaster fashion. However, I wasn’t screaming.  My body had left the seat and began to go over the front of the car!  I grabbed desperately for anything, but the momentum and steep descent kept pulling me out.  My brother frantically grabbed my belt and wedged me into the corner of the seat until we hit the bottom of the hill.  I was petrified!  We got off shaking, telling the attendants that the bar didn’t hold me in.  They just looked at us and moved us along.  I will never forget that day, so grateful my brother was there.

My body had left the seat and began to go over the front of the car!

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Loving Someone Truly Means Letting Them Go: A Good Bye Letter

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Fear isn’t an excuse to come to a standstill. It’s the impetus to step up and strike. ~Arthur Ashe

I wrote this letter to someone I loved dearly to let them go.  It wasn’t easy, actually rather painful.  But as I wrote the letter, I realized it not only showed how much I loved them, but how much I loved myself.  When we love from the purest part of our hearts, we can truly allow that person the freedom to be whomever they finally choose to be.  Free of fear, free of guilt, free of remorse, and free of being unloved.  The letter below is an edited excerpt of what I wrote to him when he was struggling having to face where he was in his life and making some changes.

…I know I have to let you go…

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