Showing posts from May, 2020

Jesse Becomes a Little Man #reallifestory #screenplay #lorijeanfinnila #inthewilderness #runningfromabuse

EXT. Day. Beach Campground Jesse and Lori walk toward the beach campground bathroom. Lori carries their towels and essentials. Jesse rides his three wheeler as you can hear the crunching of sand run under his plastic tires. Lori: We're going to take a shower. (humming) Jesse smiles as he speeds up on his three wheeler. Lori walks up the short wooden ramp as Jesse rides his three wheeler in. Mud passes in with his tires. Women in plastic caps, some wrapped in towels, look on in amazement and somewhat horror. A few step beside the mud tracks. Jesse rides into the biggest stall. Lori: Here's your stuff. Lori puts Jesse's items to wash and dry with down on the bench in the shower stall. She then proceeds to turn the water on adjusting it to warm. Lori: Ok buddy. You're all set. Jesse: Ok. Jesse puts his bike set in the corner. Lori walks into her shower and proceeds. You hear humming coming from Jesse's shower. INT. Day. Beach Campground Bathroom

Three Year Old Jesse Hammers Tent Stakes, Tent Gets Soaked, and Lori Decides to Light a Candle for Heat #lorijeanfinnila #reallifestory #screenplay #domesticviolence

EXT. Day. Campground Site Lori is pulling up the tent setting it up. Lori: Jesse want to help mom with the stakes for the tent? Jesse: Yeah Lori: Ok. Lori walks over to Jesse and hands him the hammer and takes a stake and puts it into the ground pulling the tent tighter. Lori: You take the hammer and this part of the stake till it goes into the ground. Don't put your hands near it. Jesse: Ok. Lori: I'd rather you miss than hit your hand. I want you to take your time. Jesse: Ok. Jesse swings the hammer to the top of the stake and it slides off. Lori looks and smiles. He does it again and moves the stake a bit. Lori: I don't want you to rush. We have plenty of time. Jesse: Ok. Jesse keeps hitting until the stake starts towards the ground more. Camping neighbors walks by. Neighbors: Oh look! (One woman with a hand to her mouth smiling.) Her husband smiles too. Lori looks over proudly to Jesse and then smiling back to them. EXT. Day. Campsite Jesse has almost 100 cars lines up

Pictures "In the Wilderness, On the Run" #screenplay #reallifestory #lorijeanfinnila #domesticviolence

My little fella at three at one of the campgrounds in the first six months with his sunglasses on. He would help me hammer in the tent stakes. He loved it. My little man. My strong little three year old on his first ride on the flying fish in the amusement park at the beach -last added scene. (As you can see, the photos isn't in the best condition because we were running.)

Flying Rockets at the Amusment Park #insert #screenplay #lorijeanfinnila #reallifestory

Well, I thought to add in this amusement park scene where I've had some hits trickle in with interest even a few days after the initial posts of my screenplay. It's nice to add onto it as well if anyone is interested in producing it. I can't help but to have the loveliest of thoughts to our running adventure as I watched my son grow with laughter and glee in his heart. (They were actually flying rocket fish.) Rocket Kiddie Rides We eventually ventured over to an amusement park, which we frequented, while camping at the beach. Jesse and Lori walk hand in hand into the amusement park. They see the horses bobbing around. Lori: Oh honey, look at the horses. Jesse: Can we ride them? Lori: Yes, of course. If you don't ride them you haven't been to an amusement park. Jesse: Really? Lori: Yup. Come on. Lori pulls onto Jesse's hand a bit stronger and they walk faster toward the carousel. Lori: Oh look at all the beautiful horses.