My Rebecca and I are up at The Port Townsend Film Festival doing that festival stuff. Lots of other folks here from all over, yea, a festival. We saw two great films yesterday before the incident.
One was Jay Myself and our friend Doug Blush is one of two of the executive producers. Jay is Jay Maisel a giftd and famous photographer. And it is a story of his life and adventures. Check it out. Doggie knows what he is doing.
Two was Primary Instinct with Stephen Tobolowsky story telling. He is a wonderful storyteller and human. Rebecca worked with him on fund raising for the Vashon High School Drama Department some years ago. So we had a little reunion there.
But the incident, which our friend Pat proposed might be a blessing, happened while we where in the second show. We had parked out away from the theater next to the skatepark. Lots of youngsters there enjoying themselves. But when we came back to the car I jumped in and could hardly see through the windshield. What the heck? I started inspecting the exterior of Sheba (our Ford Taurus) and it was covered with white splashes. At first I thought birds but the quantity was ridiculous and I switched the blame to the youngsters wielding a vanilla milkshake.
But I had to take that back after a car wash when I discovered on closer inspection that the the material was bird related but the quantity was unbelievable. I have to conclude with Pat’s help that we had received a massive direct hit of goose blessing from above. How can we be so lucky?!?
Well, we are having fun in whatever way we can. Doug is here, Stephen is here. Jane Julian, the Program Director is here somewhere and Annie is flying in as we speak. So, more shenanigans are in the making.
Later, have to find some breakfast.
It’s all a blessing loves, Felipé.