Wednesday, May 6, 2009

I'm Back

Hello Blog Friends,

First an apology - once it became clear I wasn't going to be able to post, I should've told you so. There's nothing more irritating than checking a blog and not finding updates. I hope you'll understand when I tell you that my reason: I've finally finished the first draft of part three in the Theater People series, THE JAZZ HANDS OF GOD.

I did take a night off, however, to enjoy the Red Dress Party in this original creation by Shakir Najeb.



I'm not actually that much taller than Floyd. I'm in five-inch heels. Which only lasted a couple of hours.

8 comments:

therese said...

You lasted a couple hours in 5 inch heels! Damn! I'm impressed. I mean - really impressed! The best I've ever done was 3 inch heels, and maybe if I get back in shape, I'll try them again...

I've figured out how to follow blogs through Google so know when you (or others) have posted. It's really slick.

Congrats on completing the first draft of JAZZ HANDS OF GOD - that's so awesome! The rest is just clean up. :)

Rick said...

Congratulations on finishing your first draft. I'm on the 21st version on my first draft. Good God!

The Frog Queen said...

Glad to see you back! Congratulations on the book - look forward to reading it!!!

Cheers!

Dead Nurse said...

I saw you both at the Red Dress party. You looked great!
Can't wait to read the new book!

Fran said...

You both look fabulous, of course, but YAY that you've finished the next installment! I can't wait!!

viejecita said...

Congratulations!!!

For the first draft of "The jazz hands of God", for being half of such a good looking couple, and last but not least for the way your beautiful hair is beginning to look again.

Matthew Paessler said...

Yay for the first draft! I'm excited! And yes, you look great in the dress! :)

Stephen said...

Inspired by your challange to do a new thing every day...I started a blog at the start of the year & challanged myself to do a post every day. Even though I am not a glob trotting, best selling novelist/playwright like you, it is still tough to come up with something for each day. But, you are an inspiration.