It’s that time, folks. Insight into both posts today.
Yeah, about that.
So, I’ll keep this third post really short.
Over at SNT, which is turning into my new home rather than the WordPress world — for this, I am sorry. Today’s post is a two-fer, because second guessing got the best of me after writing the first post. It was another fluid, outlandish post about film and fiction, how anything can happen and how emotions can get the best of us. The second post is a humble approach to the local and privately-owned theater the first post was “based on.”
She and I saw Boyhood the other night; it is an absolutely delightful movie, and it’s highly recommended to all of you.
The reason for panicking about the first post stems from the picture itself. That the picture to the right is of the Manlius Art Cinema. For those living in Central New York, they/you may know the theater simply by the picture. Due to the craziness of the piece, there was worry people may take offence to the association.
It is not intended as so. There is major respect for this place.
People can get huffy and puffy about things, and that was not wanted on my part. A new piece was quickly written this morning, shedding light on promoting and applauding the theater and its uniqueness.
After letting She read the original over, it was revealed that my outlandish writing was enjoyed.
Panic again. Was I making the right choice? One should not second-guess creativity. It’s not good for writers, who should do what they do — write for better or for worse.
Thankfully, my editor did something genius: Ty included a link for readers to access the “Deleted Version.” That link can be found at the bottom of the post. This definitely excited me, and we had a good laugh. Although, he may have laughed a little at me, which is fine in my eyes.
I play with words and invisible objects.
A mind, a pen and a piece paper have the best relationship ever.
"Remember this--if you shut your mouth, you have your choice."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald