Friday, October 17, 2008

everywhichway


Latest scripting update was the tense 'thrash-it-out' phone call on the script beats. But no flies on Far Away. We've now gone past the point of 'no return'. I can't step off the script even if I wanted to (and *sigh* I do in a way. I'm finding it hard to put my heart in it now). Even if I scream, cry, or spit - we've now crossed the bridge. There's an 'understanding'. Now it's become a test.

But I had an epiphany today and realised the deadline is theirs not mine so I'm not going to worry. Stuff that 10 x 10 plan. Ha! In the meantime I'll re-enthuse myself everywhichway whatever. Mainly by drawing...

Yes the last picture is all finished now. Paper is pasted up for the next one. Bought myself a giant box of soft, luscious pastels. Mmm. Will eat those up.
And I'll be rifling through your facebook photos again anytime soon.

Amazing how, in a blog post, you can come up with 150 words that are really about nothing at all. Innit?

Peace, love and custard

9 comments:

Helen Smith said...

150 words about lots of things - and custard. I like mine in those Portugese tarts xx

potdoll said...

oh god i love those tarts so much...

sounds like you are in good spirits FA. what is your understanding then? I'm a bit confused.

Far Away said...

Yes Helen & with cinnamon on top mmmm.

I'm an optimist Pot ha!

I mean scriptwise. The 'moment' when I could have stepped off is now past - ha! So basically have to do it...

Far Away said...

or rather 'passed'

potdoll said...

ah, got you.

Far Away said...

Don't really blog dreams - as I never remember them- but had a funny one last night - - so I'm sticking it in here. I was in a queue to greet someone who I'd been introduced to ages ago. We did a hi-5-African handshake combo thing but my fingers wouldn't go right, so instead I decided to kiss him on the top of his head and ended up banging my chin hard. Awkward. So what's that all about then?

Lara said...

From that I get this impression: if you felt as though you were not doing something right, you would improvise but on the other hand, you are aware you could be hurt/confused by not following 'the rules'.

Crikey, I LOVE those custard tarts - Helen just reminded me of when I lived in Portugal as a kid and we used to eat sooooo many of them!!! Next time we're all together, let's have a custard tart challenge...lol. x

Far Away said...

LOL Lara (what rules?)

BTW I think you'd make a great dream-interpreter / agony-aunt!
Yes let's do custard!

Lara said...

The rules to be broken, of course!

Perhaps I'll set up a new blog - Dreams of a Blogger and Other Heartaches - that'll do for a title. Then everyone can write in with dreams, problems, dream problems and problem dreams. Yay!

Can't wait for the Assault of the Custard Tart. xxx