The Swingles' Dramatic Developments
We perform, teach and speak around the world. This is a travelblog plus reviews and observations, living in New York City. To follow this blog, click the "Follow" link above. You can also receive updates quarterly or whenever the blog is updated. To subscribe go to:
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
John Keddie's biography on Eric Liddell, Running the Race has been translated to Chinese and is now available in China.
Here's an article that's been translated into English by Google: Running life - dedication, born in China: China's Olympic champion
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Monday, June 09, 2008
Greetings from John & Nathan
Lunch meeting with John Kirby
Sunday, June 08, 2008
Saturday, June 07, 2008
Pulled away from the gate
Late flights at LGA
They're down to a single working runway at LaGuardia Airport, so I'm landing in Denver minutes before my flight for Ontario, CA, is due to take off. And I thought I wouldn't get a workout in today!
I'm heading west for the Christians in Theatre Arts National Conf ( http:CITA.ORG )
Last time I sprinted through a mile-high terminal I was coughing up a storm. I only have to cover 14 gates this time, which is much better.
If I don't post again before 1:33 Pacific Time I made it.
Friday, June 06, 2008
A miraculous view!
http://RichDrama.com/ReconciliationRoom ) and my income as an actor varies wildly but has never been impressive, Joyce was surprised when she read the letter. She called and found that they base part of our income on a percentage of our savings, but the number they calculated was actually below the limit! So they looked into it and discovered that they had assessed our income the very day that the limit was raised! if they'd made the assesment the day before we couldn't have gotten in. If they'd assessed us the next day we'd never have known how close we were. We knew eventually that Joyce would leave the workforce and that our income would plummet. We sensed that the time was right, and if we'd waited much longer we'd be back at the bottom of the list for another decade.
Yes, that's the Empire State Building we can see from our window. We move in soon.