In Search of Lost Socks

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Where have we been?  You may have noticed the lack of posts for a few months.  Now, we could claim to be off in search of all of the lost socks.  But frankly, that’s too big of an adventure, even for us.

Instead, we’ve been enjoying the comfort of an air conditioned studio.  We’re still in the production process and are starting with screen tests.  But so far, we’re very excited to see the series come together. Hope you are too.

Stay tuned for further updates of FOOTNOTES: A Sockumentary.

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Filming at the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia, PA

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Eric Brooks practices with a stand-in puppet.

Oh Say Can You See

Happy Flag Day!  For our international friends, on June 14, 1777, the new United States government passed the following resolution:

“That the flag of the thirteen United States shall be thirteen stripes of alternate red and white, with a union of thirteen stars of white on a blue field, representing the new constellation.”

Though we know that the current American flag with fifty stars was designed by a child,1 there’s a bit of mystery as to who created the first flag.  Sure, Betsy Ross gets the credit.  But the story of Washington visiting Ms. Ross and requesting that she sew a flag only came to light after her death, when her grandson related the tale.

Though we may not actually know how it started, we know where the flag has been.  From the US Capitol to the Moon.  From lapel pins…

to swimwear…

to pastries…

And now, to socks.

It’s been quite a journey.  Happy birthday American Flag!


1. And he only got a B-