The Clock is Ticking

I have lived in Los Angeles my whole life, but this is the first time that I have not been constrained by a corporate agenda. The first time that I don't have a boss. I am in and out of the editing room as needed now. The rest of the time I am free to do as I please.

I am having coffee meetings, lunches and drinks meetings to just meet people or to talk about ideas. My mind is so free that I feel like anything is possible. Everything is pure creative at this point and I am loving it.

With just nine days left before we move back to Hawaii, I feel like every second is precious. If only I had more time, but my youngest daughter starts school in mid-August and we need to pack up our old house and move to the new one.

I am not ready to go. I am just starting to have fun in my new career. I am even appreciating all that my hometown has to offer. I wish I could have enjoyed it more while I lived here. I still don't think I have enough of a foothold on establishing myself as a producer and it's going to be harder to do from a small island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.