Well it’s still winter and the hubs is deployed, all is not super awesome, but all is good, and I suppose that’ll have to do for now. I just need less snow and things to stop breaking/going wrong. Along side the regulars, frozen car and endless snow, are the new comers, leaky toilet, water damaged base board, and broken garage door. Ya know what they say when it rains, it pours, and these last 3 weeks have us like…
The weather forecast today said 30% chance of snow, which is pretty low right? Yeah, it snowed all morning and we got like 4 inches. It stopped snowing for a moment, the sun came out, and then it started snowing again. What is that? Why is that? I mean I just…
Today I thought I would share a short conservation, it’s not really a scene yet, from my new story idea that I will start working on soon. It will be written under the working title of “The Rainbow”. The screenplay will focus on a married couple Andrew and Rachel (Barnes) Prescott. After a false alarm they warm up to the idea of having baby, sadly, however their road to parenthood is paved with miscarriages. The story will follow them through the ups and downs, the effect it has on their relationship, and finish with the joyous arrival of their rainbow baby. This is a term used to embody happiness after sadness, and the rainbow after the storm.
I don’t know yet where this scene will take place, probably have her on the couch or something like that, and I have no idea what happens before or after. This conservation just came to mind one day, and I wrote it down. Just a little advice, always, always, always, write down what comes to mind, or else you’ll lose it.
With out further delay…
(The spacing did some weird things after it was published, that I couldn’t really fix, sorry about that.)
INT. LIVING ROOM – NIGHT
She pauses for a moment.
Andrew shakes his head, gets down on his knee, and takes her hand. Rachel looks at him, tears in her eyes.
Babe you’re not broken. You’re just —
He thinks for a moment. He looks as though nothing is coming to mind.
Um. I’m not sure what you are. But you’re not broken.
Rachel smiles and laughs. Andrew smiles and shakes his head.
I’m sorry I couldn’t think of anything.
You said just what I needed to hear.
They look at each other for a moment. Rachel smiles.
I love you.
Andrew kisses her hand.
I love you. And Rach you’re not a failure. You’re not broken. We’ll get there. Maybe the key is to stop trying so hard and, just let it happen when it happens.
He thinks for a moment.
I just. I don’t want to be so focused on having a baby that we lose us in the process. Let’s stay us for the baby. Because he or she will find us.
Stay warm and safe friends, it seems that winter is being a punk everywhere.
Until next time,