Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Putting It Together

Had another dismal day at work; unfocussed and unenthusiastic. I think I am suffering a mild depression: I’m not enjoying company in quantities bigger than one person at a time. I certainly have a deep-rooted feeling of dissatisfaction within me. I want to break away from the daily routine, of being anchored to the job by having to pay for the flat. Something a bit spontaneous would do; I rather fancied a first-class trip to Paris this weekend, but alas the diary has a non-moveable in it. So I guess I’ll plod my way through another week …and maybe see if I can fit some spontaneity into the schedule for the following weekend! ;o)

This evening we went into town to see Sunday In The Park With George with Brett’s friend Mark. I enjoyed it more than the last time I saw it. (I think my recollection of the second act may have been somewhat darkened by the uncomfortable seating at Menier, although the stalls at the Wyndham were not exactly spacious either!)

2 comments:

John said...

Uncomfortable? Eeek -- I'm going to the Menier tonight to see The Last Five Years. Ping said it was stifling in there too, so I hope the show's worth it...

czechOUT said...

Menier is fine, I think it's a great venue. Sunday was not uncomfortable, but TL5Y finds you with a little bit of numb bum because of the lack of interval