I’m not really posting today, I am exhausted and just need to find some balance here today.
Also need to work on the play with Sandra. We need the final working draft of Act One by the end of this coming week and we are almost there!
Okay. Rough times ahead, folks.
Remember — don’t panic. In fact, try to rejoice. This war is almost over, gang. The next week or two will allegedly be intense, all over the world, as the banks go into extreme crisis. But it has a very good ending. We have worked really hard to maintain our equilibrium this far. Not much farther to go, but I’m guessing that what lies just ahead will be the most crucial.
Btw, I had been keeping my former husband (in Seattle) in the loop these last couple weeks regarding possible ATM closings/outages. Telling him (and everyone I know) to keep cash at home, just to be safe.
He emailed me late last night, thanking me. He said he passed people on the street last evening, outside the grocery store, holding signs that said: “Need money to buy food. ATM is down.”
Wow. All right. Hold on tight, gang.
Here is Phil’s replay from last night (1 hr 39 mins):
Enjoy your Sunday, wherever you are in the world.
Thanks for visiting, gang.
I love you guys. See ya!
Isaiah 40:3-4, KJV –
3 The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God.
4 Every valley shall be exalted, and every mountain and hill shall be made low: and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough places plain