Every once and a while, it is nice for people to relax, enjoy life and spend an evening without having to worry and stress about priorities and responsibilities. The Laythrom kids have been running and working hard over the past several months; productions here, meetings there, so on and so forth.It is by time that we relax and have some fun.
Well on one night [rather amusing evening] after work, our operations officer made an awesome suggestion to do just that…unwind.
“Why don’t we play a game of hide and seek on the property we have” he said. At first I thought he was joking, but then after looking at the expression that he had on his face, I knew that he wasn’t. Now I won’t lie, the first thought that I had was “Hide and Seek…what are we still kids?” and then it actually donned on me. Why the hell not? We do spend a lot of time being professionals; why not act like a kid for the day…let all of the stress out.
The next realization that I had was “This is going to be massive; hide and seek over 25 acres of property covered in old buildings, brush, woods and other foliage“. This is going to be a monumental game so to say; definitely worthy of 30-50 people. So the invitations are out [so to say, not literal invitations], we have extended the word to all of our personal friends, our friends over at Schotten Film Works as well as a few others.
We’re setting the rules into place, figuring out how we want things to play out, technically still arguing on whether we want to have it during the day or at night and if all goes to plan, we will be kicking off the largest game of hide and seek that I’ve ever attempted to orchestrate.
Keep posted, I’m sure there will be more info as time goes on; not to mention pictures and video from the game as well. And hell, if you are in the vicinity, stop on by and join us.
Laythrom Production Crew