Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine's Day

So, i haven't truly blogged in what feels like forever. I am sitting in my Ethics classroom. It's just after 10pm, and everyone left in a flurry after we discussed the define ways to decide what Natural Rights were. It appears that they all have plans and places and places to go.

I have been up since 8am working non-stop until just now. I know 8am isn't exactly the crack of dawn, but I'm tired. The day is past, and I am done.

I am excited to go home and just crash in my uncomfortable futon and try and sleep away my stress before the first day of rehearsals start tomorrow. I really don't know how I'm going to pull off the 19 hour days that I'm going to be pulling next week.

But I'm feeling blessed. Spencer is going to let me take over his acting studio, which should bring in some serious extra dough.

Not that I have the time!

Anywhooooo, happy Valentine's day friends! I'm happy for those of you who care about this holiday and who are lucky enough to have someone to share it with. I'm just happy that I don't have any strong feelings towards anyone right now. It seems that when feelings are involved--people have a tendency to hurt mine.

Here's to being alone! I can go buy myself some chocolates--thank you very much!


Crystal said...

Seriously, I need to meet this Spencer character. He sounds truly amazing! What a great opp for you. I am long over-due in replying to you, I myself am tired too. There are good reasons for that (read between the lines, Eve, you can do it) outside of work. I am just dragging myself around and then I sit down and once that happens, I am done. I really am not a fan of this feeling- in fact, I feel pretty loser because of it, but it is what it is. I just have been doing all I need to do before I sit down so I am not quite so loser.

Anyway, your words brought me encouragement and happiness and also sadness for you, my sweet Eve. You are one of the most dynamic, incredible, amazing people I know of. Why does that so often mean that that person has really had to endure a lot- now there is a topic for ethics. It is like Harry Potter -v- Voldemort. Why do some CHOOSE to become Harry Potters and others, in anger, become Voldemorts. You are a Harry. I am so grateful for that and that I know you. I dont feel like I know many people at all right now, but I am really glad we still keep in touch. You are amazing.

Alicia said...

You haven't blogged in awhile...Just waiting for more. You have subscribers - you can't let us down.