Monday, 29 March 2010

more broadway

Spending another night listening to Broadway tunes on youtube (THIS IS WHY I'M SINGLE). I've also started listening to Disney tunes in honor of my upcoming trip (!). Anyways, this song kind of relates to my life:

-I left Rochester not because of a man but because of a pathological fear of being stuck in Rochester (though, it is my home that I love and don't want to return to).
- My parents didn't resent me leaving.
- I don't have a man who made me change all my dreams.

So, it doesn't really relate to my life. But it is a fitting musical to write about on the start of Passover.


Ruth lent me David Nicholls's newish book One Day and it is FABULOUS. It basically follows two friends, a boy and a girl, on one day of their lives every year. They're in their 20s right now and I can relate so much with the girl, Emma. Such a good read. And here's something Dexter (the boy), wrote to Emma:

"You're gorgeous, you old hag, and if I could give you just one gift ever for the rest of your life it would be this. Confidence. It would be the gift of confidence. Either that or a scented candle."

This post was badly worded, but that quote is wonderful.
The major theme in my life is that I can't stop:
Spending money

These factors are occasionally to frequently accompanied by worrying about my future.