...is the name of the game right now. I'm really beginning to hate this time of the year, its all about waiting for other people to tell you if they are giving you jobs or accepting you into their schools or whatever...I've decided I don't like waiting. :) I think we should outlaw it. sigh.
So, as you may have guessed its that happy time of year where Megan begins to realize that she will be unemployed really shortly and finding a new job would be a good idea if she wants to keep eating and paying off her student loans. yeah.
As far a prospects go there are some good ones. I interviewed with several places at SETC (or the South-Eastern Theater Conference) and so now I'm just waiting for word back from them...as I hear what's next I'm sure I'll post.
I've about decided to put off Grad School for one more year. I just didn't get my act together fast enough this year and to try and make the deadlines now would mean putting together shoddy work and I don't want to do that. I'm not really sure what happened this year. Well...Ok, that's not really true. I know exactly what happened. I freaked. I wanted Grad School so badly that the prospect of being turned down again froze me so I didn't do anything. Which is like the dumbest thing in the world because I just ensures that I'll never get in. I must overcome this I think. Really I'm better now that I was earlier in the year, I feel a lot more confident now, but it's a little late so I guess I'll have to sleep in the bed I've made. Really it's not a bad thing. I think the more professional work I get under my belt the easier it will be to get into the schools I want to get into so it really can't hurt me. Still...I am a silly duck...sigh.
So we are in the thick of Caesar at work. I've spent the better part of the last 2 weeks working load-in down at the lake. See, the final show of the season if preformed down at the Walt Disney Amphitheater on Lake Eola (which is loving called Lake Ebola by my family and I'm really afraid I'm going that I'm going to call it that in front of someone important before too long. :) ) So the set has to be loaded in to the outdoor space. It's a beautiful space. I'll post pictures if I can dig some up. This is rather pleasant in the mornings, but come 1 o'clock or so when you are getting the sun from in front, reflected off the deck below you and the white walls behind you and it's 90 degrees (in MARCH!!! yeesh!) it's not so fun. If you know me well you know what happens to me in the sun even with 50 sunscreen so it will be no surprise to learn that I'm looking a little lobersterish these days. Its pretty funny really, I have the strangest looking sunburn ever because I had paint splashed all over my hands and arms in odd places and sun doesn't burn through paint so I'm also looking rather leoperdish. sigh. But, such is the life of the OSF'er I'm afraid. :) Today though I got to stay at the Festival and work on stuff there. I spent most of the day gluing nuts (as in the things you screw onto bolts to keep them in place) to glob lights the make them look like rivets. (I think you'll just have to trust me when I say it works...its too hard to explain how.)
OK. This is a really disjointed post that really isn't either informative or witty but I'm really really tired and need to hit the sack, I just wanted to stick my toes back in the LJ world real quick. I didn't tell half the things I meant to, but I'll try to get back to them soon. Hope you all are doing well!