Wednesday, September 16, 2009

limping along

I'm treading water these days, waiting to leave for my next job.

Oh, did I not mention my next job? Hmmm...maybe that's because I've been the WORST BLOGGER EVER. What are you gonna do?

I'm heading back to Sleepy Hamlet. I'm doing a few months out there, visiting schools and doing shows (I did this back in '04 and '05 as well). There was actually a chance that I was going to move back there full time (this is what I was alluding to in the post directly below this one), but I got the word earlier this week that that's not happening. C'est la vie.

Anyway, as a result, I don't have much to do, and I don't have much money to spend, so lately I've been spending my days in my apartment, watching old episodes of MAD MEN and surfing the internet. The highlight of my day is generally when my brother and I have our daily conversation about our flag football team (which got shellacked last weekend). Livin' the dream, folks.

Off to have a conference call.

Sunday, September 06, 2009

well, hello there

Long time, no see.


To tell the truth, I've had a hard time deciding whether or not I wanted to continue writing in here. Anonymity is kind of stifling sometimes. Several times over the past two months I found myself nixing a potential blog entry because I was afraid of "blowing my cover". I mean, come on...half of the people who read this know who I am and where I'm at. Still, though...the last thing I need is for a director or actor to google my name and come up with some of the stories I've told.

Plus, in the aftermath of my breakup, I wanted to get away from a lot of things - and I think this blog was one of them. This place was one of my primary venting and problem solving spaces for that relationship, and sometimes I think that maybe this blog should go the way of that relationship.


I have to admit that there's a life possibility out there for me that would give me a compelling reason to continue. So I'm kind of waiting to see how that plays out before I make any concrete decisions.

And I think a lot of my friends would argue that my life is infinitely more interesting when I'm dating...and these last couple of months have certainly borne that out. Seriously.

What do you think? Have you been jonesing for a fix of The Rover's latest set of issues?