Fall is in full swing. I can see it in the trees, feel it in the wind, smell it in the air.
Last weekend Otis and I headed up to the little farm in the city for our last visit to the market stand till next spring....an ending.
This week I also found out that my project from the summer (aka: my job!) has finally come to a close as well...and as of this posting I have nothing else lined up. It's a little stressful to think about, especially with the holidays coming up (these winter months are notoriously slow in the TV biz) and since I thought that maybe (just maybe!) the project was to continue for a few months more....oh well.
The time off, however, couldn't have come at a better time. This Saturday O and I are hosting both sides of our family for "fake" thanksgiving as it's been dubbed by O's nieces and nephew. I've got LOADS to do.
So all is well. Just send some happy job hunting thoughts my way.
As I like to think, closed doors always open to new beginnings.
PS - If you live in philly and you want a free range organic turkey you must check out the L Halteman country stand at reading terminal market. I put my order in yesterday and they were a TOTAL pleasure to work with and pretty well priced. Amish=good in my book.