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16 February 2010 @ 10:54 pm
Random thoughts as I drift off...  
I have a new laptop. He needs a name, like... now. It's like having a baby and not naming it. Suggestions? He's strong and masculine, but put together.

The show I'm in is so solid, and we've got 3 more weeks of rehearsal. I've never worked with a more professional group of people.  Truly a pleasure.  Not a diva in the bunch.  And that's saying something when you're talking about a bunch of actresses.

I'm exhausted, and my fingers are sore from all the pinpricks from sewing umpteen million bags for Nolan's Haiti trip.

I've outlined my dgficexchange  story. I feel the freedom to try something a bit different this time around.  I think It will either be loved or completely hated by all.

It's completely amazing how passive aggressive some people are.  I'm telling you:  MIND BLOWING.  And not in a 1970's, laid back, groovy way, either.  >:(
 
 
I am:: bed!
I feel:: sleepysleepy
I hear:: Nolan snoring. :)
 
 
 
Aylaabitofayla on February 17th, 2010 03:25 pm (UTC)
Atticus. One of the best literary characters ever. He did what he knew was right, just like this new computer will. Atticus was strong and masculine, but still knew the finer things in life that were important - family.
Aylaabitofayla on February 17th, 2010 03:29 pm (UTC)
I also like Arthur, as I have several items named that (old car, bear, etc.). But the reasons are different. (Who knew that Arthur means "bear" in Welsh? i certainly didn't!)

I prefer Atticus though. Very southern. Everyone loves a country boy :)