img_3261Hello, my friends!

Welcome back if you’ve been to my blog before and welcome to you if you have found my site for the first time. It looks a little different, but it’s the same platform.

And you can still find all of my back posts. The function is the same. I just changed a font or two and painted the place.

I figured, why not change it up?

Today is significant–if only in the sense of this blog–because I am picking up where I got lost, and I’m hopeful to turn this space here into something that brings about thoughts and feelings of introspection, appreciation, a bit of madness, and sheer joy for anyone who visits.

You are always welcome here.

I think one of the things that slowed me down with this blog was wanting to post more but not feeling as though I had that much to say. I also felt as though every post had to be a full article.

Going forward, I’ve decided to post a minimum of three times a week. The days will ALWAYS be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, but not necessarily ONLY those days. Each day will have a theme to it.

On Monday, the theme is Why I Stay. I have been taking stock of the things I find that give my life purpose. I keep choosing to stay around because my life force continues to call me to do more, to get on the road and get some work done! I want to share with you what my road looks like. As I go along, I want to leave markers where you all are in case I find myself so utterly lost, as I once was.

The format of Monday’s post will be an article from me about something that I’m working on at that moment in life. On several occasions, I will be writing about my own experiences struggling with theology, artistic difficulties, and mental illness.

But it won’t all be fun and games. Once in a while, I just might throw in a killer recipe for orange scones or an article on how to shave your armpits while skiing! I could get crazy!

Wednesday’s theme is A Man and His Dog. Here is where my best pal, Watson and I give you a peek into our daily lives. You’ll get a weekly conversation and pictures and stuff that will hopefuly brighten up your day.

WATSON: “Hopefully” has two ‘Ls’, mate.

ME: Oh, right! Shoot! Why didn’t you tell me?

WATSON: You never let me read your work!

ME: You’ll eat it!

WATSON: That’s true. Yes. I will eat it.


On Friday, I’m bringing back something I really loved doing, before. The theme is, I’m a Fan Fridays. This post will consist usually of a video from YouTube or something else astounding with a brief introduction above it about why it moved me. I believe with all my heart in the transformation that is inevitable with an audience member when they come into contact with the performing and visual arts.

I want to share with you experiences I have had with the performing and visual arts that altered me. The kinds of experiences that you know while you’re having them are changing you forever from that moment.

People say there is no such thing as perfect, but I will go to my grave insisting that there are perfect moments.

I hope you will find it as fun, silly, serious, and irreverent as I intend for it to be. If you like a post, share away!! If you want to comment, please join in! I want you to feel as welcome here as you can possibly feel.

I truly appreciate you and hope you will always know that you matter a great deal to me.

Peace to you

Author: Scott Langdon

Scott Langdon is an actor, writer, and photographer living just outside of Philadelphia in Bristol, Pennsylvania with his wife, Sarah, and their dog, Watson. He can be seen on stages throughout the professional Philadelphia theater community or writing in one of his many favorite local shops in his beloved "Borough", where the only way they could get rid of him was to tell him there was a pandemic. He has a hard time knowing when he's not wanted.


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