Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Some Months Lost

Everyone constantly complains that I work too much. I like signing up for new challenges, and I take any opportunity to try something new. The result is a very busy calendar with something work-related to do every day.

Lately, my mother has been lecturing me about needing to take time off to start doing fun things again. Last week, I went to the movies twice and she was so happy and shocked, she rushed me off the phone so I could get there early.

For the next few months, if I have no other outlet for creativity or a work-free zone, I can depend on Tuesday nights. Because today is the season premiere of the last season of my favorite show on television: LOST!

To say that I'm ecstatic is a bit of an understatement. Anybody who watches as faithfully as I do know that this is the definition of a Big Deal (yes, with capital letters). Not only do I watch, but I keep up with the theory blogs, the producers' interviews, I've even been known to watch a mini web episode from time to time. Yes, it's probably safe to say that I'm addicted with this story of people struggling with faith and reason, good and evil, light and dark. The island's mysteries are fun to keep up with too.

With the series finale only a few months away, I have a nice distraction from my ambitious schedule. I'm still trying to find that balance between working hard and overworking, but at least my mother can stop worrying for a bit. Then again, between work and the show, she might not hear from me as often... I guess she can get used to that.

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