Sifting through tough stuff and Landauing on your feet
Jim loves the new opening theme music. We give Purple Planet credit and, who knows? Maybe they’ll work with us on other things. He thinks that the cats and dog definitely dance to it, and they lent their vocals to the production.
Jim was inspired and has been working diligently on his screenplay, FONTANNA.
We discuss how our orange tabby would make a great Shakespearean actor.
It was hot. Damn hot. Gotta quit twisting the knee. She’s working on a new webinar for Administrative Professionals. She values Jim’s eyeballs on her work as she creates pretty much everything. Jim admits he likes her angles.
Mélanie gushes about the upcoming guest who was influential in her first book.
An Indiana woman used her cancelled wedding dinner to feed the homeless. Sarah Cummins used her $30,000 non-refundable deposit to bless many other lives. Local homeless shelters and business got involved, donating clothing and other needed items.
Not really great news, but a great legacy, Jim talked about his reverence for Martin Landau. He shared one of his quotes.
Everything that has happened to me is of value to me. As painful as certain things are, and have been, and were, there’s a use for those things in my life and in my work.”
Mélanie shared that President Trump is not the racist monster the Press tries to paint him to be. In fact, he went out of his way to get visas for an all-girl Afghan robotics team to compete at the US capital. Of course, this news was completely buried until the Left was able to twist it into something bad.
What do you do with your bad boss? Read Abby’s answer here.