What do you do when someone who you generally admire, revere and respect, consider a fuente of great and powerful wisdom and generally all `round believe can NOT be wrong says something that you really think IS?
Watch and wait and listen. (and in my case, pray a lot.)
It's been a long day at work and it's going to be even more grueling this week. We are hosting a 3 day event/training seminar for State Farm Insurance and it starts rather early in the morning. Because it starts early for THEM, it will start even earlier for US. By US I mean ME. The next 3 days I have to be up and ready to go at 6:00 AM. I honestly can't think the last time I had to be anywhere by 6 AM!
Things very quickly are going to start getting crazy at el cine as well. October is traditionally the calm before the storm in the theater biz with the holiday releases hitting in November. What I find frustrating is we are going to suddenly get a new influx of employees and have to be training them right before the storm hits! A lot of our really good team members are transferring to different parts of the theater. I do NOT want to have to deal with 5 or 6 new employees just a few weeks before Return of the King craziness, know what I'm saying?
Life, or something like it:
In November I hit my year mark there and I think I may just sit down and cry like a little girl. This was NOT MY PLAN.
I'm doing things to rectify the situation but I feel like Ed Gruberman: "Patience, yeah, yeah, how long will that take?!"
Other times I feel like Dory: "Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, what do we do? We swim, swim, swim..."
Working on some other projects which are fun but right now I feel like my life drawing is seriously saving my soul...one drop of oil at a time. Of course I've laxed on my scripture study and I need to start doing that a lot more diligently.