It's like lemonade- Sweet, Tangy, and Refreshing!

January 30, 2006

Shades of Sepia: A Musical?

Just had a thought this evening...

Anybody with musical talent out there interested in helping a college student turn a one-act play into a full-fledged three-act musical? Read Shades of Sepia, if you're vaguely interested. So much of it can be re-imagined. So much of it has possiblility.

And I'd love to see it realized.

January 27, 2006

Let the hunt begin!!

Time for a new job hunt, I fear.

It appears that the South County TJ Maxx at Ronnie's Plaza never made enough black over christmas to get them enough revenue to stay open. Or maybe it was massive returns. At any rate, they closed, we have their people, and nobody has any hours.

The people with kids are lucky to get seventeen.

Me, I'm lucky if I have twelve.

I know that I have my cruise with Jess coming up on the fourth, but I was hoping for some actual spending money to bring with me, not the ninety dollar paycheck that my boss gave me. But on the money note... Aunt Sue, Uncle Todd, I love you so very, very much. Everyone, remind me to write a killer thank you to them. I know exactly where to put their gift towards.

On the job hunt note, remind me to take my name off as a search possibility for sales. Please?

Two interviews over the course of two days, and two busts on the reciprocating evenings. Lovely, eh? Yeah, I thought so too. But I guess I'll just have to take to the mall again. Or, oh, the entirety of South and West Counties. I'm severely in need of seven dollars an hour. *sigh*

God, that looks so silly. I want twelve! TWELVE! Ah, well.

January 20, 2006

Class Schedule for Spring...

ClassesDays Description
Comedy and Satire Tues/Thurs afternoon With Meg Sempreora. I absolutely adore Meg and the way she teaches, but I might also note that she is the only teacher EVER to accuse me of plagurism. Anyone want to read my plays with me? (You know, I ask each semester, and I get no takers each time.)

Human Resource Management Tues night(Sp1) I think I like this professor. But only in that "He knows what he's saying, but I can't understand a word of it" way. I'll definately have to keep up in this class.

Financial Accounting I Thurs night(Sp1) This is my only class at Westport campus. Got a little bit lost getting there, but not bad overall. It's odd, having a class in a corporate building. Luckily, it just seems to be basic mathematics and organization, so I think I'll be good. I hope.

Theatre for Non-majors Mon night (Sp2) I can't wait. I can't wait, I can't wait, I can't wait. And, furthermore, this class should teach me how to project again. I hope.

Buisness Law Tues night (Sp2) I'm scared to peices of this class, but it shouldn't be half as much trouble as accounting will be for me. Memorization, right?

Also, While on campus, I tried the Priest building computer lab several times, each time finding it locked. It wasn't until today that I found out why.

I'd like to send a personal "Thank You" to the assholes that stole two computer systems (Towers, monitors, keyboards, mice, etc.) from the relatively ungaurded computer lab at the Sam H Priest building right next to the English Dept. I hope you get a lot of money for those chunks of hardware, because I'm going to train rabid wolverines to hunt you down, strip your flesh, and gnaw on your beating heart. If you survive, you should have just enough money to cover your medical bills.

January 05, 2006

On Battlestar Galactica

Just got up to speed on the reimagining of Battlestar Galactica, and it's really a phenomenal series.

It's also a cross of Dawson's Creek, The West Wing, and a little bit of Ender's Game all mixed togeather. Dawson's Creek because everyone seems to want to bang everyone else. The West Wing because of all the diplomatic decisions that are required between the military and the acting president of the Colonies, Laura Roslin. And Ender's Game, because it is most certainly a fight of man against another race of beings, and using dehumanizing tactics to look at the opposing force as what they are...

Less than human. Then again, the cylons are walking toasters. Androids.

Walking toasters that can carry children.

Eurgh. I think I need a shower now.