Blogcation

Hammock

Minutes turn into hours.

Hours turn into days.

Days into …

Well, you get it.  I am back from an unintentional blogcation.  LATV Fest and the one acts I’m workshopping with Adam Fox and the new script and the new pitches sucked up all the oxygen in my universe but in a good way.

There is nothing quite like doing the work you were designed to do.  Energizing, empowering, illuminating.  For the first time in a long time, I love my life.

Hope you’re falling in love with yours, too.

Joyful Black Woman

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About liftingasweclimb

Mildred Lewis writes and directs for theater, television, film and the web. She's also a full time professor, Christian, activist and troublemaker with a passion to save as much of the world as she can.
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One Response to Blogcation

  1. Daniel Bruno says:

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    You may post it on your website and follow us at Twitter.com/DanielBrunoSanz

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