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So NYC is definitely not my permanent place of residence.

I have stated this previously to almost anyone who has asked, but it is even clearer now.

My first real vacation in quite a while (will explain in a minute) and my first trip since January was a few weeks ago. I finally felt fully alive - so cliche, but it's the best way I can state it.

Since I can remember - I think since I started school, the first time, in 1998, I have never truly RELAXED on vacation. I was always worried about school, or a boyfriend, or school (there are many things - am I getting the classes I want, will I ever graduate, I need to finish the homework I didn't, etc., etc.) What am I doing with my life? Getting a job -whatever it was I was always thinking about SOMETHING.

Well this year I didn't! To begin with I am about to start my last semester of school. Then there are my plans for the spring of actually starting my theatre company - which I've slowly been preparing for throughout the past few years. I just said "screw it, I'm not going to worry or think about anything except for what is here and now". I went on bike rides with my folks - boy even joined for two. I sat around the house and didn't feel bad about it. I bought some things just because they made me smile (like a cow figurine that looks like a yellow submarine.

isn't he cute? if this image doesn't work, it will eventually once I copy it to my site and link it from there instead.

So yeah, I was able to breathe again. And it was a wonderful feeling.

In other news, my acting thing in L.A. went alright. I made some contacts - and that was my goal. I'll keep all updated on any progress from there.

all of a sudden I don't really feel like updating anymore.

more eventually

until then you can check out my website(s)

I hope all is well :)~

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saint_monkey From: saint_monkey Date: September 5th, 2005 04:58 pm (UTC) (Link)
Thanks for the birthday note! It may seem like a small thing, but for the past five or six years, my birthday has been the hardest day to get through. Every bit of encouragement helps.

I'm glad that you made some connections. That appears to be how things work over there in LA.

I know how you feel about vacation and worry.
missaligator From: missaligator Date: September 6th, 2005 01:29 am (UTC) (Link)
Love, love, love the picture on the opening page of your web site!!

Hope all is well with you. We should catch up soon
moowazz From: moowazz Date: September 6th, 2005 03:36 am (UTC) (Link)
yes we definitely need to! maybe I'll even visit MA :)

and the little fairy icon - that's me and you! (thought you might like that)

i hope all be well :)~
onesoul From: onesoul Date: September 14th, 2005 01:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
just wanted to let you know, I'm in a better place now and added you back to my friends list, where you belong :) thanks for the happy birthday too!
moowazz From: moowazz Date: October 8th, 2005 03:39 am (UTC) (Link)
thanks :) I only updated myself on the last few entries of you :)

hopefully more eventually
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