What Happens to a Trip Deferred? (Part 1)

I had big plans for the spring of 2020. After nine years of screenwriting, this was going to be the time I finally bit the bicoastal bullet and tried to get steady work in Hollywood. I had talked to a fellow Massachusetts native about renting a room in her Santa Monica apartment for a numberContinue reading “What Happens to a Trip Deferred? (Part 1)”

Of Security Lines and Sunsets

If you’re anything like me, your favorite part of traveling is the TSA security line at the airport. Even pre-pandemic, it was a model of good vibes and efficiency. But I kid! (I actually think that TSA, like the post office, does an admirable job under Herculean circumstances. Let the hate tweets commence! #IoncehadaletterthandidntarrivesothepostofficesucksandtheTSAisfullofpeopkerejectedbytheCIAbecausetgeyenjoyedenhancedinterrogationalittletoomuch (hashtagContinue reading “Of Security Lines and Sunsets”