lovely lovely. i have written some today. that far outshines everything else.
I have also had the striking idea to adapt Franny and Zooey, my most favorite book, into a play. And I want to put on this play. I'm not sure how I plan on doing that.
I am also going to finish the latest draft of my thesis tonight, which is going to make it acceptable to for me to allow other people to read it. I will then try to decide what I want to do with it.
Then I shall work on two short films that I need to get going, as well as the novella that I've been poking at for awhile, and get back to writing Rusty, my True Story, and maybe outlining/brainstorming for Pluto.
this is good.
otherwise, i have been constantly recommitting to change and positivity in these past few days. so far so good. it's really hard for me, but i have faith and optimism now, which is quite unusual for me. Thank GOD.
I keep thinking of this story I heard on a Beatles documentary (Surprise, surprise). Paul was talking about when they used to tour in England and would have to drive all night in a shoddy bus. One day, in the freezing snow, it went all the way off the road and crashed in a ditch. They were all OK and got out, wondering what on earth was going to happen, but John Lennon said "It's alright. Something'll happen." And it did. And that became their reliable saying for some time. Something will happen.
That's what I've been telling myself. And hey, if John Lennon said so then I'm inclined to believe him.