I got the ani tickets in the mail today. Yay!
Its supposed to storm again tonight. Not nearly so exciting. Or may, more exciting than I liked.
I am terribly afraid my life has become a boring mix of non stop work and sleep. And thinking of nothing but food lately has done nothing for my conversational abilities.
I was pleased to look at the lists everyone gave me. There are a few I am certainly going to check out.
It looks like everyone else is busy, though. I feel like a bad blogger, not keeping up. And an eve4n worse one for not having anything interesting to say.
I met with my school advisor yesterday and we discussed my degree options and where I could get jobs after I finish my post graduate work depending on the post grad degree I select. I think I got some wonderful input.
Being a novelist wont ever be in the cards, I dont think. But I dont think I would mind technical writing a bit. Its not difficult, but its writing. I'd love a lit degree, and a professorship in that, but my advisor mentioned that for every lit prof opening there's some 200 applicants at most colleges. They scoured for 8 potential tech writing professors when they were looking to expand the department. It'll be a good feild to break into. And there's not much of a glass ceiling either, which is great, because there seems to be one in about every other industry I've worked in. [excepting food service, of course]
Its so rare anyone works their dream job. I'd be interested to hear what you *really* would do if you had the time. Do you like your job? Would you rather be a rock star? A writer for Rolling Stone? A sanatation engineer? You tell me. What would you do.
Incidentally, to prevent my downward spiral into boredom, does anyone want to suggest somethng for me to write about, discuss or otherwise debate with them? I'm dry, and there's not a chance I'll touch music, there's two or three of you out there that have me whipped all the way around.