Posted by: Paul | April 13, 2010

In Janner Country

Thanks to the Edwards clan for putting us up (and putting up with us) for a lovely weekend in Devon, land of the Janners.

The Edwards (Edwardses?) live in a lovely house in a lovely little town in a lovely part of the world. It’s enough to make you very jealous indeed, and with it being cheaper there I’d move tomorrow if we didn’t have so many family ties up here. Alison’s Dad barely leaves their village, let alone Essex, so moving away is a big no-no if we want to stay in everyone’s good books. So that means that, once a year or so for the past couple of years, we have decamped to Devon for the weekend for a good old catch up with our dear friends. This weekend brought enough sun for excursions to the beach and a local farm park with the kids, who both had a rather jolly time and got on well.

But it’s back to reality today – the reality of actual work! Working with an old colleague on a project for a site in Luxembourg where she now lives, which involves many hours of interview editing at the moment, but it feels good to be back in the saddle and working in another language again. A bit of extra cash is also very welcome. Other offers of work are also coming in – you wait three months for a bus, as they say. And friends and colleagues have started to send me some useful feedback on the sitcom script, so as soon as I have time (week after next looks likely) I will go back and start doing some amendments and re-writes to that before I start episode 2. I want to have at least 2 scripts to show the Beeb in order to prove it’s not a fluke and the idea will run to a full series!

The evenings will be where work is at for the next couple of weeks, as I have Adam for an extra day at the moment too – it never rains but it pours!


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