It’s late and my mind wont turn off.
Good in some ways (super productivity), bad in others (I actually have to work in the morning).
But at least this time my not sleeping is for good reasons.
- The award ceremony for the film I wrote is this weekend and I was told we have a really good chance of winning.
- I had a director at work tell me (after hearing me interview) that he looks forward to working for me one day.
(I thought about trying to be humble about that, but I can’t stop grinning so screw it. Sqqquuuuuueeeeee!)
- I finally finished the edits of my novel Riveted and sent it out to a couple of agents who expressed interest. Yay me!
(Although now I feel like that needy chick we all hope never to be. “It’s been thirteen minutes since our date. Why hasn’t he called? LOVE ME!”)
I considered turning on the TV, but then I run the risk of seeing an infomercial for something I can’t live without. A green skillet that just won’t stick you say? It has to be true. I saw it on TV. TV raised me, why would it lie?
I’m not sure what would kill me if I didn’t order one, but every time I see the commercial something deep inside starts telling me not to take the chance.
It may be a long night.
What if there were infomercials for things we actually couldn’t live without…like water, air or physical space. Or better yet, what if there was a QVC show called “Essentials” that was the only way to get necessary supplies without resorting to the black market? And, just like all the best products on the home shopping channels each product had a limited number of units for sale each show? Happy writing.