Friday, February 10, 2012

I am a whiny bitch/weekend update.

Note: I am a whiny bitch in this post.

You guys. I’m so bummed! I came here to write my weekly (probably boring to everyone else, but whatever) weekend plans post, but I am looking at this space with very little to say. See, tomorrow I was supposed to go to NYC with my friend Lisa and get into all sorts of mischief, and instead, it’s going to snow so we had to reschedule. Sunday I was going to do all of the chores I normally do on Saturday, and it was going to be busy busy, but now I am looking at two days where, yeah, I have to do laundry and stuff, but I have no other real plans. Sunday is supposed to be exceptionally cold, so overall, it looks like we’ll be indoors all weekend as well. Bah. Humbug.

I’m just over it. I am so ready for spring. I don’t even know what else to say. I’ve been good about trying to stay positive this (admittedly, very snow-free and mild-ish) winter, but I’m just plain ready to move on now. I’m – dare I say it? – bored. I want to do a show. I read a possible script for a show we might do this spring. It got me really excited to start up another theater project again. I want to be outside. I want to go to New York. I want to see my friends more. I want I want I want. (I realize I sound like Jane right now.)

So this weekend I will do some reading, and we will watch some of season 7 of Entourage, which I am looking forward to, and I will try to prevent all of us from going completely stir-crazy.

It should be noted that I had a most excellent lunch today with my friends and former work peeps Dwayne and Beth. They make me laugh and laugh. And I had happy hour tonight, so that’s another friends fix. I just don’t like to do all of my weekend socializing before 6 p.m. on Friday, you know? (I’m selfish.)

What are you up to this weekend?

ALERT: Since I wrote this, but before I'm posting it now, Greg has decided he is coming down with a stomach bug. I am surely guaranteed one of those weekends where I desperately wish I could go to work.


Dwayne "The Train" said...

lift = model accuracy/baseline

PS: this is what you get for asking my to comment whilst i am sitting in a predictive modeling class.

PPS: if i was feeling more creative, i would try to find a way to relate this to your blog post, but no.

Bryan Austermann said...

Im happy you wont be in NYC this weekend because that means I get to see you when you DO go! My weekend consists of being stuck on this fucking bus, then two performances of a Valentines cabaret im in, heading back to nyc on sunday and seeing a Theaterworks gala at a theater at NYU with Nathan Lane, the Mormon folk and MANY other famous Bway peeps! And its a benefiy thing, so its mad expensive..... Guess how much I paid for my ticket???? $14! Woooo! The one time it pays to be a NYU student.... Other than you know.... Getting a kick ass education! (Commenting from this stupid ass Peter Pan bus.... They suck!)

Tracy said...

Winter won't give me what I need to go snowshoeing so as far as I'm concerned it can go. I agree. :)