We opened a handful of boxes after the workers departed. Logan recorded the entire scene, from beginning to end, and after, I talked with him for some time.
He’s now thinking that he wants to make a documentary about the book project. This is what I envisioned early on – he at first wanted to make a short promotional video. Now he’s seeing things the way I am seeing them.
This is a good thing. I do feel a bit of regret in that I am now turning over the story to him. I wanted to write it, but I don’t have the time and don’t know when I’m going to have the time.
I’m a bit character in my own creation.
There’s a part of me that feels like I am practicing the most extreme sort of writing avoidance. Yes, I am. This thought may be what prompts me to find the time to write about this project. I have always believed that those who don’t rise to the occasion and complete their writing projects are merely writer wannabees. They share this similarity with runners who don’t run, just talk about it.
It is a noble endeavor, saving the works of successful writers, successful writer being defined as an individual who saw their work from onset to completion. Me, I am now just making sure their books get into the hands of appreciative readers.
This is of course, very gratifying. I am now envisioning a very solid house of cards. But I also feel as though I should be writing about the house of cards.
Next: 63. 3/5/22: Patience