This time I took it slow. I drank wine and listened to music while I cooked. When everyone arrived, the kitchen was clean and dinner was in the oven. What a difference it makes.
The Garden Summer—MY LABOR OF LOVE—is completed. It's been a long and dusty road. While we work on original music and before I send off to film festivals, there will be four SPRING SCREENINGS!
Because of the great response at the premiere, the film will show again in Charleston on April 16th at the Sotille Theatre. Then again in Conway, Arkanses on May 18th. I'm in the process of booking Washington DC and my hometown, San Diego. STAY TUNED.
Labels: Garden Summer
Also here is Ben in a new shirt with a carrot. CUTE.
This weekend the two best-looking people I know married each other. Hooray Mike and Anna! The wedding took place at their beautiful home near the marsh of the Ashley River. There were flower petals in the fountains, twinkling music playing, and all the bartenders were dressed up like rock stars. (A fantastic touch I think)
The best part about the weddings of good friends is that all the other good friends are there to celebrate. "The Family" was in full attendance. We drank strong drinks and pushed each other onto the dance floor.