Just got back from the last session in Louisville...a national pizza chain...annual report. Session started Monday at 4:00 PM and ended at about 7:00 PM last night, in just enough time to get back to Lexington for a 4 hour dinner gig.

I'm "up" from the experience, but, man, what a nerve wracking sequence of events.

10 hours into the process, with the debut scheduled at 9:00 AM today in New York, the entire concept changed, leaving 9 hours to complete 15 minutes of exact audio (directly to motion on the screen). Talk about a way to end up a basket case.

I'm happy with the result and pay. I'm worn out. I have another, starting on Sunday.

Because of that, I had to turn down a tribute to Herb Ellis, a long-time hero. No money (very little), but very important to me.

Guess I need to figure out what I want to do when I grow up.

My philosophy has always been, "never turn down a job".

That's getting harder every year.

I am always afraid that my shoulder or left hand will give out before I'm done.


Edited by captain Russ (11/12/14 08:06 AM)