Apparently free or cheap furniture is not in my future. Last night I was supposed to pick up the bed frame but I got horribly lost. That window of opportunity was very small and I blew it. Thanks to Morgen though, I have a tip that WalMart might sell them at an affordable price, so I'll go check that out this weekend. I'll also go to IKEA to buy some chairs too. My search for a free or cheap table will continue. In addition, I'll be priming and painting my dining room and hopefully painting all of the trim white. I'll take before and after pictures. I think it's going to be quite dramatic and when it's done I think it'll look great.
I hate people who don't commit (in general) but I really hate people who won't accept an invitation until they find out if something or someone better comes along. News flash-I am the someone better. (JK) But really-either you want to come or you don't-just reply. This is especially frustrating when said person is the one who sent the invite and then won't confirm once you yourself commit. I just think this is extremely rude and inconsiderate.
This is turning into a randomivity post and it's not Wednesday.
I am sick of hearing about Tiger Woods. People just talk and talk and talk about the same thing for weeks until something better (hey-is this a theme?!) comes along. I rode to work in silence today because I could not stand to hear every station talk about how many women he cheated with and why he did it.
Tonight I am going to see my friend Danny's play, "An Ideal Husband" by Oscar Wilde. He is the Artistic Director for Bad Habit Productions and I must say, he's amazingly talented. Every time I go to see one of his shows, I am blown away. He has a way of putting a spin on classic tales and it just blows my mind every time. And the actors they cast...just as amazing. When I first saw a show put on by BHP I could not believe that I was seeing community theater. The talent is just out of this world and I often remark to my friends that I can not believe these people are not famous or on Broadway. Lucky for us, they are still here and Danny and his team scoop them up to perform for us. Needless to say, I'm psyched for tonight.
I updated my Facebook page to say that I was going to see "An Ideal Husband" tonight and one of my friends' husbands commented that since I was coming to see him tonight he'd have to cancel his plans. Funny man.
I had a very long, sad dream last night. It was confusing and conflicting just like the situation in real life has been and I woke myself up several times to try to stop it but the dream just came back each time. Starting my day like that is not fun. It's harder to live in the moment when things cycle through my brain because of a dream. For the most part, I'm doing well and I'm looking forward to making the shrink smile tomorrow because I won't be crying. At least that's my hope. I am still in the hate phase though. I want to move past that.
Pretty colored post it notes make me smile. That is all for today. Live long and prosper. Peace out, goodbye.