good reads: 1.4.13

I almost typed the wrong year up there. Every year it takes me about eight months to stop saying, to myself and to others, “It’s really ____ (fill in year)” with that sense of wonder.

Or, more likely, while tearing up a check, “Shit, I forgot it’s 2012.” Just when I manage to adapt the year changes again. This is going to be a completely different year for me. Last year I knew what to expect. I knew I was going to Alt, getting married, probably moving… Ok, everything else was a total surprise. But still. I knew a couple of things. This year begins with so many questions… I have never been more upset to have given up Xanax. I guess all of the resolution posts around the internet make me realize that I can’t really set that many concrete goals because in a month there is a chance I might have a different job, be living someplace else… These are all real unknowns. Enough with this unplanned rant. Enjoy the weekend. I am planning on saying fuck you to plans this weekend ( and reading, reading, reading. It is one of the only things that helps decompress). xoxo PLEASE read the musical link and post which was your favorite in my comments.

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  1. Ok that musical quiz was HILARIOUS! Of those options, I definitely picked Hairspray. But my real fave {The Producers} wasn’t listed – maybe they need a part 2! Haha.

  2. rox

    lol…my favorite musical wasn’t listed (cabaret). probably not a good sign! and – ‘woot!’ to no plans. those are the best kind of weekends.

  3. Wahaha, I scanned through them and decided, though I was torn with West Side Story, on Phantom of the Opera. Apparently I’m a cheeseball. I think I knew that already. Sigh. Happy Friday, you gorgeous gal you!

  4. Lissy

    So many musicals I love!

  5. Lipschitz! I LOVED my stint as a cell block tango girl…but I couldn’t pick a favorite musical!

    I’m also loving all these fabulous links (there goes my afternoon) and the sound of your weekend plans–I stocked up on mint tea and filled my Kindle so I won’t have to go anywhere at all! I know having so much up in the air is a struggle, but just think–at least you’re not certain of where you are and unhappy about it. Silver lining? xoxxoxo

  6. So happy that you found the post helpful! xox

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