curve.

we don’t stay up very late. well… occasionally we do. tonight, however, we were in bed by 9:30.
i can’t sleep.
i don’t feel even the least bit tired.
what is wrong with me? why can’t there be one little button that you can push and turn off all of the annoying, jumbled up, messy thoughts in your head?
someone should invent one of those.
i’m dreading work tomorrow, and that seems sad.
i need to start looking for a new job. pronto.
it’s just so hard not having a plan. even more difficult having one that changes with the weather.
why can’t the future be just a little clear? just a bit… just one, little bit.
i don’t think it’s that much to ask.

this, did however, make my day:
Ziegfeld Theatre

sigh. oh to be bella ;]

i’m going to bed now… and the funniest thing is this: he probably hasn’t realized i’m gone…

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About Rachel Halsey

i'm like a faucet that leaks, but there is comfort in the sound.

2 responses to “curve.

  1. Do I ever relate to this! I just have to remind myself everyday to enjoy the little wonderful things going on today. That doesn’t mean completely put the future aside, but I have to tell myself not to fret so much.

    Somedays, easier said than done.

    You are bright, talented, gorgeous, and loving. You have the whole world ahead of you, and in the meantime, you always have friends, family, and a wonderful husband that love you to the ends of the earth.

  2. Elizabeth Oliver

    I hope you finished the book before seeing the movie, woman.

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