Documentary Blog #31 – New website coming

There have been a lot of things taking place over the last couple of months in regard to the documentary.  Yes, I have been playing a massive waiting game with people in Washington, DC and my calls and emails to anyone at the USDA have fallen on deaf ears and I cannot get a response from that organization.  However, I have been in talks with Meals on Wheels Association of America, the Administration on Aging and the National Council on Aging and have some interviews lined up here.  So, I will be traveling to DC in a matter of weeks.  In the meantime, I have kept myself busy with working on and organizing my clips so that I can tell the story when the time comes.  Also, I have been sending out email after email and making phone call after phone to set up interviews and garner additional funding for the project.  All my "behind the scenes" work is paying off and so much is starting to happen. Now, there's a lot i CANNOT share with you right now because I don't want some information to get out but I can tell you that I am writing this blog post as an EXTREMELY happy man right now.  Something huge came in the mail today for me that will allow me to finish this project.  I am so happy that I want to shout it from the rooftops but am restrained to do so out of respect and admiration of the people involved.  But, I can tell you this and share this with you... We are working on a site solely dedicated to the film so you don't have to read anymore posts here on my photography site.  We are in the works of building a "Stick A Fork In It" website that will solely devoted to the film, photographs, stories, people and organizations we have encountered along the way as well as links for you to personally get involved in the lives of seniors.  It will have a new, completely overhauled logo and everything.  This is getting exciting and more and more professional every minute.  I think this is all coming together nicely. Look here for more details coming soon and thanks for all your support.  I love you all! Seth

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  1. Lisa McCrystal says:

    I am so happy for you Seth and can’t wait to see the finished project! Good luck in DC – hopefully the USDA will finally talk with you! Take care! Lisa

  2. Melanie says:

    Glad to hear that things are finally coming together for you with the project, I know you’ve worked hard on it. Hope things in DC work out, but you know how the government does things, but hopefully the USDA will come thru.

    Can’t wait to see the finished product. Glad to hear about the new website, too. Your hard work has paid off in a lot of ways. I’m really happy for you.


  3. Karen says:

    Looking forward to viewing the completed documentary.