Monthly Archives: December 2015

KINDRED #68

My apologies for the delay in posts. Life has been like a whirling torrent of energy ping ponging off of the lives of those closest to me. The holidays had no meaning for one of them, but all of the … Continue reading

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KINDRED #67

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, wonder and magic. That’s what I wish for every child everywhere. I heard that this is a lonely part of production; editing, post, promotion. It’s true. In this past year, … Continue reading

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KINDRED #66

It’s December a year after beginning our journey, and I feel totally depleted. It’s been a roller coaster of a year that I’m caught in the whiplash of. It’s not that so much happened with me, but they sure beat … Continue reading

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