I can’t say that the quote exactly fits my situation, but I feel a lot like what Erza Taft Benson said at one time: “To busy making history to write about it.”

I have been busy since the last entry with much work and other activities.

Sang in “The One Song Wonder Quartet” with David Watson(His title for the group), Stuart Spendlove, and Dale Larkin with a counter song by Kalin Snow.  Our second year of “Lida Rose from Music Man and Marion ” for the Golden Generation luncheon during Homecoming Week at Dixie State College in St. George Utah.  Have done several special tours and an appearance with other St. George Live actors as Brigham Young. Sang a solo in church with the ward choir, harvested the October peaches and irrigated even today for the last time this season, filed the tax report for 2008, and done many other financial things in order to stay afloat, helped son James by acting in his film entry for the Guerilla film fest for Oct. 30th with brother Stan, John Drewry, Jake Schaubelt( I sing in the film), and still put countless hours into voice over auditions and reading and deleting email messages online,  etc.

Am even getting a back log of work again. Even a story telling engagement for a private school on the 30th of Oct. where I’ll portray pioneer Jacob Hamblin and tell other stories as I guide the students from the Hamblin to the old fort and corral and pioneer cemetery in Santa Clara, Utah.

Things are on the up.