01 May 2006

Five Days off the Radar

I took off several days to recupe and refresh from the long hours I’ve been working since the first of the year. And it was great. Other than an eye-doctor appointment on Thursday, I had no real plans, other than to be self-indulgent. I spent every possible moment outside … saw a great movie (“Thank You for Smoking”) with my favorite ex … enjoyed lunches and dinners in midtown and East Atlanta with friends and family … helped my sister with a yard sale, buying many can’t-live-withouts … and thought about what I want to do with my life. And now I have the blues because I’ll be back at my desk in nine hours.

A Perfect Moment
Driving around Thursday afternoon … beautiful weather … the sunroof open … singing along with “Finest Worksong” … and looking damn cool in those plastic shades from my eye doctor.

Movie Marathon
Did one of my favorite things Sunday night, staying up all night long, watching movies until 5 a.m. I haven’t had a movie marathon in months. Highlights were “A History of Violence,” “Junebug” and “The Squid and the Whale” … “The Ice Harvest” was pretty good … and “Just Like Heaven” was OK (but her San Francisco apartment was fabulous!).

The Next Chapter
I’m seriously considering making a major change in my life — maybe next month, maybe next year. There are a lot of things I have to consider and work out, but hopefully things will come together and I can move to my next life chapter. Sorry to be vague, but I don’t want to mess up by saying too much too soon.

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At 5/02/2006 07:47:00 AM, Anonymous rcofchs said...

The hardest part of making a change is taking the first step. After that you follow your passion, work hard and never look back. You are very smart, have a good work ethic and will succeed at anything you pursue.

At 5/02/2006 08:39:00 AM, Anonymous HollyC said...

Do what you LOVE, LOVE what you do, and don't do too much of it
By the way we LOVE you

At 5/02/2006 10:37:00 AM, Blogger Jamey said...

I'm glad you took some time to 'chill' but I'm also glad to see you back to your 'blogging'...I missed you. Life is short, so if you want a change I think you should go for it! No matter what you choose, I'm sure you'll be great!

At 5/02/2006 07:24:00 PM, Anonymous Dayle said...

I know you looked DAMN FINE in your plastic glasses from the eye doc - you make me laugh out loud!


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