The three of us pulled straws and I’m the first to post. It’s Linda, the smart athletic one from the Triple Threat Investigation Agency. Oh-oh, got “the look” from Rey. <LMAO>
The plan for this post: follow The Boss’ template and run with it.
♥ Personal ♥
My life didn’t much begin until I was married—too young—to Chiffre Royale, a sax player who doubled as a heroin addict. Bad times. Good times. He was a sweet guy when he wasn’t hurting. And a damn talented musician. Chiffre died way too soon. It wasn’t long after his passing that I became a screenwriting assistant and, subsequently, met Rey. That’s when life—my story—truly began.
Recently, I started communicating with my sister and brother. We’d never been close and never much cared, but we’re endeavoring to stay in touch and get-together regularly. I’ve acquired “family”. It feels . . . nice. Like I have roots. Who knows how things will ultimately transpire but, for now, we’ll simply go with the flow (an overused but legitimate expression).
The final chapter of my personal story is still unfolding. There’s so much to do and learn on an individual, private level. How exciting!
♥ Professional ♥
I’ve always enjoyed writing and learning. That’s why I became a scriptwriting assistant—to develop a skill and acquire knowledge through research and experience.
I take courses whenever possible. Besides being fun, blogging is a great teaching tool—for me and through me. It’s an awesome feeling to pass along helpful information or prompt a smile.
I’m definitely growing as a person and evolving as a private eye. The professional path is a lengthy, winding one and I’m looking forward to every step. This, too, is exciting!
♥ Excited ♥
Definitely—and obviously—the word of choice. I’m thrilled about what’s happening in my life and what’s to come.
How can I not be? I live in Hawaii, thoroughly enjoy being a Triple Threat Investigation Agency P.I., have learned to surf, and am constantly acquiring knowledge (Rey claims my head’s filled with a <bleep> load of trivia). But first and foremost maybe, I’ve started taking so much better care of myself.
My trilogy of stories are simple and plain. I suspect Rey’s are going to prove outstanding (she can be quite melodramatic, as we all know) and JJ’s will certainly prove interesting. And that’s the exciting <giggle> thing about stories: there’s always a beginning, a middle, and an end . . . and they can constantly be rewritten.
On that note, my humble self will mosey along and contemplate all the positive—exciting—things in the making.