My incredibly resourceful and beautiful wife Lindsay has accepted a fantastic first great teaching position at Yaquina View Elementary school in the completely unfairly beautiful town of Newport, Oregon. We are, at the risk of understating it, deliriously happy.
It's been an interesting week here in the lovely little town of Darrington, Washington and the Seattle metro area. We have been visited by what some here are calling "Snowpocalypse 2019." Or, what people in my hometown of Coeur d'Alene would have called, "Sunday afternoon."
I’m pleased to tell you that my beautiful wife Lindsay and I have relocated to Darrington, Washington: a lovely little town located in the middle of the Cascades. Lindsay is now the kindergarten teacher for Darrington Elementary School, where she is having an exciting time with an all-new class of little guys and gals. You can follow her adventures on her new blog at MissLindsay.org.
Change is good
Welcome to the all-new FirewindProductions.com. Please pardon our dust. Much more coming soon.
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...let Your glory come down.
The new Firewind Productions is just a little different. Of course, it's been just a little different from the very beginning, but we have deliberately set out to be a unique resource for unique people and unique organizations. Here are some of the ways in which we are different from any other creative firm.
The chilly Fall night air whistles through the slightly open window as a stocky, bearded man stares thoughtfully down at a well-worn notebook. He scratches out a few notes, then scribbles in the margin. A gray and white cat napping next to his keyboard stretches and mews softly as he lays down the notebook. As he begins to type, she lays her head back down and is soon fast asleep.
After a few minutes, the man stops typing and leans back, studying his work. A shadow of remembered pain flashes across his face, and he shakes his head. A quick selection of the mouse and a keystroke and it is all gone. He sighs and begins to type again, eyebrows furrowing in concentration.