Welcome back! Thank you for going on this journey with me. We are 1/3 the way through this script. It really is too long for a feature length film, so there are a couple of options for moving forward on production. I could either shorten the script or turn this into a web series. Once the Patreon site launches, you'll be able to vote on this script for production or others that I will present to you, so no need to make any recommendations now.
This week, we open with another visit with Charles, Ryan's psychologist. We then see that Ryan goes to Grace's house, the woman he saved in last week's episode. They are now dating, setting up more drama yet to come. We then flash forward to Ryan living in Portland, and we know that something went wrong in his relationship with Grace. Ryan and his new boss Aaron walk to the train station to pick up Jack, who is in town from Seattle on business.
I hope you'll enjoy this week's installment. I'd love your thoughts and feedback below on how this story is unfolding! The document is posted below, but if you don't have access to it, feel free to click on the link.
"Nothing is Lost" Part 5
In every post, I'll be featuring a person or company that deserves some attention. I'm excited for who you are going to meet!
I met Jean when I was a part of the Sunset Ballard Toastmasters Club. We both joined the leadership of the club around the same time, and she was an amazing co-leader with me. We worked together to build club engagement and membership, and she has succeeded me as the club President. I know that when I left the club, it was in the very capable hands of Jean.
I wasn't surprised to learn that she was the founder of "Seattle Sparkle Home Organizing & Coaching". In her words:
"I have a passion for helping my clients transform their homes and work spaces into places that are healing, inspiring and filled with love. I will travel to your residence to help you clear clutter, organize your belongings and create a space that you love to be in! As a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, I abide by their code of ethics. I specialize in Residential Organizing, developing systems, and transferring skills to my clients."