The last few months have felt like eons, so I'm taking a page from Gretchen Rubin's Outer Order, Inner Calm (page 213, as a matter of fact) and proclaiming that today, September 1, is the new January.
Sure, this September-through-May school year may be based on an outdated agrarian calendar, but considering the living dumpster fire that 2020 has been, I'll take any chance I get for a clean slate.
Here I am with my trusty backpack (painted thusly when I was 13), ready for Day One. My class schedule is still shaping up, but I'm signed up for Intro to Electric Bass, Advanced Executive Producing, Intersectional Environmentalism, and two (!!) PE classes: yoga with Grace and golf with Denny.
We are so grateful that quarantine allowed us to bring our mission to life: encouraging curiosity and critical thinking in a rapidly changing world. Thanks for watching!
"The Night" to Screen in Iran
"This is a historic benchmark for the country's filmmaking community as it is the first U.S.-produced film to receive a license for theatrical release in Iran since the revolution," writes Deadline. Congrats to the whole Mammoth Pictures family!
That's it, my loves! Keep your spirits high, and be prepared to get into some good trouble. We still have nine weeks before the election.