Today is the last day of Script Frenzy, a marathon of script-writing sponsored by the Office of Letters and Light in Berkeley, California. It is a FUNdraiser and motivational event to get people writing. The goal is 100 pages in 30 days.
I chose to turn the novel that I started during National Novel Writing Month last November into a screenplay this month. Today, while my husband interviewed for a job, I sat in the car waiting for him. With my trusty laptop in lap, I finished my 100th page!!!
Now all I need to do is finish the script and polish it up. Maybe by the end of the summer? That is my goal. In the meantime, here are some photos from our trip during the last couple of days.
When I was growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, we had two almond trees in our back yard. These laden trees in Colusa County, California, on the edge of the Sacramento River Valley, reminded me of my childhood.