Last Wednesday was nuts. Not only did I wear tinted moisturizer, a dress, Spanx, heels and a scarf as an accessory ( not all at once + this is unheard of for me as the mom to a 13 month old and writer on a deadline), but I had the pleasure of speaking to two lovely groups of human adult people (also unheard of for me / see above).
In the morning, I had the pleasure of speaking to the Atlanta chapter of the Brandeis National Committee about my writing - past, present and future – and then enjoyed lunch with this group of sophisticated, warm and well read women.
Then, that evening, I joined my colleagues Lisa Baron Shore and Elisa Dimitria Bowman at The MJCCA to speak about The Atlanta Writers Academy. Together with these very talented women and The MJCCA, we're offering Memoir, Novel Writing and Screenwriting classes this April. The turnout was fantastic, and I'm excited to start teaching this Spring.
Spring! Just typing that word made me happy. We're close, people. In the meantime, here are a couple of shots from the day.