Good one, Dad!
Saturday, April 03, 2004
I rediscovered aloneness this week, after being lonely for a long time. I had forgotten."
Quote by Wilson. Thanks, Wilson. My feelings exactly.
of Valancy. "Who married you?"
"Mr. Towers, of Port Lawrence."
"By a Free Methodist!" groaned Mrs. Frederick--as if to have been
married by an imprisoned Methodist would have been a shade less
From "The Blue Castle" by L.M. Montgomery.
I love this book! A 29 year old from a sheltered family is given a year to live. She decides she would rather live her life, than die shut up in a room. She becomes house keeper to the town drunk and his daughter with an illegitimate child. Then, she asks Barney Snaith, of questionable reputation -- for he keeps entirely to himself, and doesn't mind the town's censure, to marry her. It is the story of a woman learning to live without caring about "what the neighbors think."
I had the audition for Disney Tokyo yesterday. I got a "Thanks, that's all we need."
But, then, they were favoring belt singers that day. Out of 85 people, they gave a contract to one, and called four back to hear again. I wasn't one of them....ah well, 'them's the breaks.'