Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Broken Record

I feel like a broken record. I keep saying over and over how I know what it is I need to do, yet I can't seem to do it. I did however go to the grocery store tonight. I went to a crew after party last night and didn't get home until 1 AM, so you do the math about getting to the grocery store as planned. Tonight I bought awesome salad fixings for my favorite spinach salad, fruit for my oatmeal in the mornings, veggies for a risotto I make, and potatoes for stuffed potatoes!

So yesterday was a a good day at work. I hadn't had one in a LONG time. I saw some old friends and realized I REALLY want to work on a tour. This isn't something that just happened yesterday, but it has been brooding for the past 7 years. And a lot of my friends know this about me and tell me all the time I need to do it. But getting on tour is difficult and all about who you know. So yeah, I talked to a friend I hadn't seen in a year. He asked me what I was up to and I told him I am graduating soon. He asked what my plans were and I told him I wasn't sure, but I would love to go on the road. He seemed interested asking me what I wanted to do and and when I was graduating again. He said he would keep me in mind if anything came up on his tour (He's a production manager). It's doubtful that anything will come up, but it still made me think about it. I need to send him an e-mail just to stay fresh in his mind.

Oh and I didn't go to the gym today. I took a nap instead. The plan is to get up early and walk.


Iggy said...

You need some motivation is all. I don't know what to suggest to you except to say that my motivation recently came from reading this one section about drug dealers in "Freakonomics." It inspired me to get off my ass and work to my fullest potential. If drug dealers can do that to work their way from the streets to the top, why isn't my loser ass doing the same?

[For those that don't know me, I don't do drugs. I social work.]

Find your muse.

Sally Parrott Ashbrook said...

You going on a tour would be awesome. Doesn't John Mayer need you about right now??

M said...

I hear you, Sarah. I've given up for the moment. it will pass for me and you too. Hang in there!

whats the skinny said...

you can get back into your groove...don't worry. it will come. sometimes we really do just need a nap.