29 days left of my 365 film challenge. Thank goodness. I’m so checked out, but I will trek through it.
Elijah Wood via WTF Podcast
He also talks about his love for Austin (he might open up a pie shop? maybe?) and addresses having his house (and address) published on the Internet.
Highly recommend giving this a listen.
This is pretty much my philosophy when I’m writing my articles.
I wrote this for the first Luna family reunion around this time last year. One of our relatives volunteers at the Austin History Center and collected all the public records he could on the Luna family. He shared the information with me and I wrote this narrative from it, which was presented at the reunion.
I had planned to be in Austin this weekend for the second annual reunion today, but life had other plans for me (see previous post).
Grandpa passed away peacefully on Monday, September 30, 2013 with his wife and children present. He was 76 years old.
I was unfortunately in El Paso when I got the news. I was on my way to the train station to head to Austin. I didn’t get the chance to tell him goodbye in person. I originally offered to write the obit, but was given the chance to write this bio instead that was read at the rosary.
This is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to write.