Time: 1:17 PM CST
Music: Rent sans voices
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Internet: an empty mailbox
Quote: "Poor poor Mrs. Dole. Maybe she's running for pres, cuz she's figuring once she's in the office she can get some from a fat kid with bad tastes in hats. Hmmmm..." -Marc (predicting a future scandal)

Tomorrow is party time! Kory is having a little shindig for his birthday out at his house. It should be fun. Sawyer and Channing and those peeps will be there. They are always a riot when they are all together. Kory is having two parties actually. One with all of us and one with his jock buddies. He said he didn't think I'd be comfortable at that one though so he is inviting me to other one. Good thinking! :)

Yesterday, a tragic thing happened. The man I look up to has fallen slightly in my opinion of him. Well, he hasn't fallen, but I won't be able to look at him in the same way anymore.

I watched a movie of his for the first time, and he does some things I never wanted to imagine him doing in it. And now when I look at him, that's all I can think of. This man helped me in so many ways in my life, and now I have a slightly tarnished image of him. And I'm afraid if/when I see him again once I get to NY, that it'll be incredibly awkward for me. I know he was just acting and just doing his job, but, still!

I've watched "Romy and Michelle" twice in 24 hour span. I love that movie. Love it.

I watched "The Breakfast Club" today. I'm become interested in Ally Sheedy since I learned she was taking over as Hedwig. I am very interested to see her in the show. I think it'll be very interesting to see a female play that role. Will it be different? Regardless, it is a beautiful story and I am sure that whomever plays the role, whether they have something between their legs or not, will bring a new and exciting aspect to the show. That show was one of the best nights of theatre I've had in my life. I found myself sitting there actually thinking during that show. Listening, and absorbing, and thinking. No other show has really made me think. And no other show has covered me in squished tomato, but that's another story.

The woman dropped off the music for her wedding a few days ago. I finally got a chance to look at it. It's pretty difficult stuff. I don't know if I'll be ready by September 11. No pressure or anything. Not like this isn't the biggest day of her life or anything. I'm gonna get some help with it next week from my voice teacher. I am hoping that will help. Or I am screwed.

About a month and a half left. Then I am gone. I don't know if I can do this.