Sunday, May 16, 2004

What I Shall Become - Something's coming, Don't know what it is, But it is, Gonna be great!

(Even if I had the ability, I would not be one of those annoying sites that play background music. In this case, go find West Side Story and listen to Somethings Coming. (Not a bad suggestion anyway, no matter what you think of "Musicals" everyone should have a listen to Lenny's American masterpiece. And the lyrics by Steven Sondheim are a pre-cusor to his future genius.)

"Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change."

I made no comment on the passing of another TV series this week: Frasier.
I always liked the show, but never followed it to it's alternate nights.
I will not ruin the ending, in case you still need to view your tape.

The overwhelming message for me was this:
Frasier dared to imagine himself living a different life.

And so it is with me.

I am soon to be "officially" seperated.

It seems the strangest of ironies that I the true believer in Personal Responsibility am a Union stooge. (Yes Virginia, there is an Opera singer's union.) And even more ironic, I the person distrusfull of anything govenment does will, in a month or so, be married to the newest government official from my State's Education department. So, I spent the day yesterday shopping for an apartment so my better half has a place to live starting in July. It was an exhasting day, but the Jefferson City (the Missouri state capital) real-estate market has much to offer the 'non-resident' market.

Working for DESI is, in retrospect, just the next logical step...

"It’s a dangerous thing, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you’ll be swept off to."

As for me, living on my own M-F with a (shudder) teen-ager, pray for me...

What do I really think? Ask me in six months. ;-)

One of Cathy's favorites put it best:
"If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it."
Mary Engelbreit

And so we move on. (As if there was any choice.)


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