And like that, it’s gone…
All in all, I’d like to think 2014 was a good year. Or at least there was good in it. If I didn’t always post as often as I’d like, well, that’s because I was trying to live the life I post about.
And there was a lot of life. All of these incredible projects with Nikki and her students at Monarch Academy, from plays to art shows and so many things in between (even a film). A show at Morgan’s Wonderland. An entire city’s Fourth of July celebration. My first attempt at a full-length play (thanks again to Nikki and Chadd for bringing me on board for that one). And that’s only the half of it, if that.
I even became a TV critic for a little while. I hadn’t planned on it at first, but that show I kinda like was having a pretty good season. It was a constant challenge to find new ways to write about each episode, but it was more fun than I’d ever expected. Honestly, it’s made me a better writer. And I’d like to do a little more of it in the future.
So, that was some of the year about to end.
And there’s more ahead. That play Chadd and I wrote, GLAAD to Know You, will be produced by the Overtime Theater in February and March, and I’m really nervous and excited to see how it all comes together, and how you’ll receive it. Plus, there are myriad other projects that we’re all still trying to bring form to. More favorite and “forgotten” films and shows to share with you all. And I’ll do my best to keep you in the loop on all of it.
So, with that, farewell to 2014. I hope it was a good year for you, and if it not, I hope the next one is better.
Either way, thanks for following along this year.
Until the next one, keep banging on…