haze in place
Work had a few stressful moments, but it ended on a high note. I spent the final half an hour just talking with Nicole. She had been busy the previous night so I was determined to see her for a few moments before I left for home. As usual she made my day.
I'm getting further along in Welsh's novel Porno and I have yet to be disappointed. Maybe there wasn't any real need to write a sequel, but it is fun to hear Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie talk again. Plus they lead lives so different from mine that I have to keep reading to see what they are going to do next.
Slow. My life has definitely slowed down. Even though the days are getting longer I haven't gotten any busier. Of course this makes it even harder for me to write. I can't make something out of nothing. I need to pick up the pace or start going out more than I do.
In five weeks I'll be on a plane headed for Auckland and it doesn't seem real yet. I don't want this month to be a countdown to the trip, but for the most part it probably will be with a play here and there to break things up a little.
Alias continues to impress me with their new direction and the recent guest stars have been interesting as well. Last week it was Rutger Hauer and tonight it was both Ethan Hawke and Olivia D'Abo. I doubt that either of them will be back but they both did a good job. After tonight's episode I'll never think of the nursery rhyme Pop Goes The Weasel in quite the same way any more.