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Feb. 12th, 2001 | 03:53 pm
mood: thoughtfulthoughtful
music: Bette Midler - The Rose

I found my Jane Eyre CD. This makes life better. :-) I love that show waaaaay too much. I think I'm going to go and see it tomorrow night. I must ask Crissie though... but then even if she doesn't come, I might go myself because it's just worth it. I could watch it and watch it and watch it. Then it occurrs to me that I have a lot of work to do, so perhaps it would be better if I didn't go and spend several hours seeing a broadway show. I will see how my day goes tomorrow. Also, where I get with my draft of my paper for writing sweatshop.

I am glad that I have a three day weekend coming up.

I finished one scene. The love one. Which was a bit bitter in some ways, and I really don't like the scene as a whole, but then againat least it's done.

It is a beautiful day today. It is the kind of day that makes me want to take a good novel up to Shakespeare's Garden in Central Park and curl up on a bench reading. Of course, it would also be nice to have a special person to curl up with.

Oh, I am sappy. I am, deep inside me a hopeless romantic. Which will probably create problems for me as life goes on.

Back to scene writing.

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Hopeless romantics don't have problems.

from: anonymous
date: Feb. 12th, 2001 06:09 pm (UTC)

At least, not problems worth complaining about, because they get so much in return from being the wonderful way that they are, that it makes up for the problems in the final analysis. It's the cynics who have the problems because they don't know what they're missing out on. Romanticism is the way and the truth and the light. ~D.S.~ :^)

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Re: Hopeless romantics don't have problems.

from: stellae
date: Feb. 12th, 2001 06:20 pm (UTC)

careful with that last sentence... you're quoting Jesus. John 14:6 "Jesus said to him: 'I am the way and the truth and the life'" So I think I have to stick to that first... but Romanticism has its good points. Despite the fact that it causes unnecessary pain (but of course, that could be related to my own stupidity in dating somebody on the other side of the country... ).

I should email J. but I am still stuck for what to say. Any suggestions?

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