Friday, January 26, 2007

I really should be asleep...

since I have to meet my Pilates trainer at 9AM, not to mention that they are turning off the water in my building from 9A-5P (something wrong with the pipes), so I have to get up way earlier than usual and make sure I've washed everything that will need washing before I leave home the FIRST time because I won't be able to come back and do it later.

I got home from a workshop with casting director Twinkie Byrd around 10:45PM, talked to my mother (on the phone) for a while, and started reading e-mails from family and friends who are 'consoling' me after my un-booking. Some are funny, some were hopeful, and a few were sad. All were supportive, and I appreciate that. I'm really in a good place right now and realize how blessed I am to have support from people who know me and love me anyway (no easy feat sometimes). This is just part of the journey. All of the cliches that I have heard apply right now: "it's a marathon, not a sprint", "what's really yours, nobody can take", "when God closes a door, He opens a window"... take your pick, they're all true. (Cliches become "cliche" for a reason.) I do love my life right now. It's not perfect, but it's mine, and I intend to ride it until the wheels fall off.

Okay, gonna wash my face and go to bed.

Stay tuned...


P.S.--Yes, I know the word "cliche" should have an accent over the "e", but whenever I type accents on blogger, they turn into strange symbols.


  1. Anonymous9:45 PM

    I like funny and unusual comments. What you said about loving your life and riding it until the wheels fall off really did it for me.

    Keep the faith!

  2. Thanks.

    Get on your bike too. ;o)


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