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15 Apr

Working. Like crazy.

Living. Thank goodness.

Thinking. As usual.

Writing. Thank goodness.

Reading. Thank goodness.

Nursing. “Broken” heart.

Promising. Regular posts.

Posting. Back on.

So Whistle down the Wind…

11 Aug

The title means nothing. I was humming it a second before logging on, so here we are. Monday Monday, again, the week starts anew. Sigh. The weekend was good; got to spend time with some good friends and play games and eat, so that was a blast. Also got to run around town and run errands, which reminded me that I miss the days when regular gas was like 89 cents or something.

Actually, the title is from a Broadway show of the same name by Lloyd Webber, and I was just looking around on, one of my favorite sites. I want to see live theater. I really, really want to. But tickets to Broadway shows these days? Holy large cow. I’d be shelling almost 200 bucks for one ticket! No.Way. So, it’s time to do what I keep telling myself to do: fall in love with local theater. Time to keep an eye on the Signature Theater and Arena Stage and the others and see what’s playing.

Time to get to work. Thank God for the Ipod.



Sincerely, Taj

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