So far it would seem that the process was logical and step by step.  But of course, it wasn’t.

It took several years of thrashing about, gaining insights through reading in all directions at once, and at the same time preoccupied with innumerable projects—acting in a number of plays, finishing, producing, directing, and performing in The Eagle and the Tiger, teaching, then returning after a year’s retirement as Acting Chair of the U of A Drama Department, still working on a musical about hairdressers, involved with the Kelowna Symphony both in performing in such events as The Soldier’s Tale and writing and performing for children’s symphony events such as Viva Vivaldi.

But now, through this extravaganza, the decision had been made—and a new journey had to take place.