Okay, I know I shouldn't feel vulnerable about the lack of responses to my article below, but now I do. Especially because it feels like one of the better ones that I've written. It has a constructive, hopeful look to the shit I've been going through lately. But then I shouldn't be shocked since I know how much I love listening to someone who's persistently depressed talk about how they are persistently depressed. But there it is. I tried not talking about it for a long time and it just got worse. At least this way...oh, whatever, I'm just persistently irritable, too.
Between my father, who hates Christmas, and me, it's going to be a joyful time at the Spinster's family holiday, I say.
I truly did have a less insane feeling day for the most part.
Tonight I went to see Brokeback Mountain with Executive Director. Good movie, but I really should pick something lighter these days. Still, I recommend it to you all. Heath Ledger really does do a stellar job with his character. He so reminded me of a great-uncle I had...an Iowa farmer - didn't say much and had that quiet, repressed way about him. Actually, his character speaks to the midwestern character quite a bit, in general (even though he's from Wyoming).
Tomorrow I should be posting another "least favorite" movie review. Maybe that'll help boost the comments a bit (although given the holiday weekend, maybe not). I gotta wonder, will I be the lone blogger out here this weekend?
I'm debating whether or not I should sleep Thursday night at all? I have an airport shuttle coming to pick me up at 3:15 a.m. It hardly seems worth it.
I'm done rambling tonight.