Grateful Sigh

kinnon —  March 27, 2008 — 2 Comments

Those of you who occasionally drop by know that I’ve been up to my ears in a rather large project for a rather large client. The stress has been high and I’ve worked a minimum of 12 hours per day for the last five weeks. We are finally in the delivery phase of the project.

My client began viewing partially finished pieces today and I awaited his response with baited breath. (I hate having worms on the end of my tongue.) He is very pleased. Called me all kinds of nice things which I immediately shared with my family. They groaned and went back to what they were doing.

Now, all I need to do is finish the project. It doesn’t help that one of the major international shipping outfits have lost four hours of original footage coming up from the US. Fortunately, it still exists as files – so they are being shipped to me on a drive. Let’s hope it doesn’t get lost… or damaged.

I will return with truly pithy commentary at some point in the future. And meanwhile I am thankful for the encouragement of those of you who do drop by still, in spite of the rather slim pickens. (Thanks, Jazz-T for the comment.)



A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

2 responses to Grateful Sigh

  1. YAY!!! Good news …

  2. Sounds like the hard work is leading to some rewarding outcomes! I pray you are able to enjoy some satisfying downtime when the project is done!


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