I know, I know. I’ve been out of touch.
No, I’m not dead. Although I think my muse has slipped into a coma.
Yesterday someone helped me reconsider how I can keep in communicado with my adoring fans–I mean, friends.
Thing is, I’m on the cusp of some life changes. First, I had my bankruptcy court hearing this week. That was fun. Now, in order to keep from losing my house this fall I will be returning to teaching English full-time to 6-8th graders. I don’t have enough time to get Life done now so this should be very interesting when I add 40 hours of work to my schedule. I’m trying to look on the bright side though–think of all the amazing blog ideas I will get from hanging out with a hundred and fifty 11-14 year olds!
The one highlight coming up in my life in three short weeks is the premiere of “Table for Two”, the play I wrote last fall and have been producing and directing this year. If you haven’t been invited yet, consider this it. Here’s the invite:
Yes, I know the story sounds intense. But if you’ve been following my blogs for the last couple of years, you know the last 20 months has been like a barefoot and blind walk through a minefield littered with broken glass.
Let me just say that the premise for this play was NOT my idea. It literally is based on a true story. Mine. I had no intentions of airing my dirty laundry, but apparently God did because he is the one that made it clear what I was supposed to write. But that’s for another blog.
I just want you to come. If you planned a trip to Antarctica that weekend or are getting all your wisdom teeth pulled that day, you now have the perfect excuse to change your plans. If you still can’t make it, good news–there’ll be a HD video that you’ll be able to purchase.
I say all that to say this–I’ve been a little busy. It’s no excuse to not write, so I promise to keep in touch, but my blog format may change a bit. I hope you’ll stay with me.
You never know who or what I’m going to morph into next.
I’m so excited to be a part of this Kim! Thank you for your transparency, humility and love. I don’t think we have fully grasped the impact your life’s story is going to have on others.
Love you Kim! Get em’ girl! W/God all things r possible!
I am flying back to LA on the 5th:(
No!!! Maybe we’ll have a freak snowstorm…in Florida…in July. Wouldn’t that make for an interesting story?
Teaching, again. Wow! I imagine what you’re feeling about all this, but I know that God will get you through, and yes, give you plenty for your “toolbox.” 🙂
It’s not the teaching I mind, it’s all the extra classes and workshops and in-service meetings I’m going to have to do to go from a temporary teaching certificate to a professional certificate. These kinds of programs were made for twenty-somethings who don’t have a life…or another career…or three children. I’m tired just thinking about it.
Kim, wow, cannot wait to see this! We are going to be in Orlando that weekend and going! LOVE YOU!
Make sure you come say “Hi” after the show.
Wow, Kim, you continue to amaze me. To God be the Glory. You WILL get all things done, with God’s grace and eloquence. I would love to attend …. Just need a babysitter 🙂
Would LOVE for you to come!
We love you Kim! You are awesome and serve an awesome God! Thank you for always sharing from the heart.