Thursday, September 14, 2006

A couple quick bullet points for today:

1. Today was my first rainy day in LA. Actually, it was more of a sprinkle ;) Nonetheless, I thought I should note it.
2. I'm strongly considering going forward with my documentary idea..."Do the formative years (ages 2-5) have an effect on who you are as an adult?". If any of you have any insight into this topic and/or the essential funding it would take to write and produce the film, please let me know.

3. Also, I found this article, which was exquisitely written and I'm "somewhat" of a political activist and a bit on the liberal side. Here it is, just in case anyone else may want to read it:
Titled: Why is bin Laden breathing?


Cheri said...

If you are reading this comment, then you are considering writing one. I've sent this site to over 100 of my friends and family members...someone besides Denise should add a comment. Either way, I hope you are having a wonderful day!

DK said...

Oh well, here I am... Of course the formative years affect who we are! Yea! What a fun idea!!!! Do it...I don't know how to do it except "just do it!"

See you in San Diego~

Cheri said...

Hey Denise, too funny, cause I noticed that there was a comment added and low and behold it was you! I know other people are reading this...maybe they are just too shy to comment. Yeah, I've had the movie idea in my head for a few years now and I have a basic outline for it, so I'm on my way... I have also been talking to a hypnotist, because they take you back to the formative years and she has offered to help, as well. And not sure if you've heard of David Peltzer, who wrote "A Child Called It"? Who was a victim of the worst child abuse case in California to date. I've been talking to his publicist. There are so many variables at play with the formative years, so I'm looking for the "EXTREME" to draw attention and marketability (sp) to the theme. Not to mention different generations, ethnic & religious backgrounds and affluence or lack of it. Anyway, I could go on forever on this subject, as you know about my child development background. Anyway, I'll see you in about 3 weeks :) Can you imagine the blog after our San Diego weekend ;)

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