Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Stuck in the slow lane

I was grabbing lunch at Rock center when I ran into my speech teacher from college. She was there visiting family. I hadn't seen her since my junior year. Prof K was this petite ball of dynamite who got us all excited about speaking in front of crowds. One of our assignments was to actually do a speech in public usally by the library. I was always excited to be in her class.

She asked me "If it came true"

I did my final speech in her class that I named "When it comes true". I talked about that when my dreams came true the sky would rain rose petals and I would be on TRL hanging with P.Diddy.

I was like I am working on it. She was surprised that I was an intern at a law officeand was not working at MTV as a VJ. Prof K kept in touch with a lot of my classmates. There was this one funny Cuban guy who is now working in Hollywood as a comedian. Another is working in Vegas working as at a casino.

We couldn't really talk alot since I had to run back to the office. But we exchanged email addresses. I was a little depressed because I felt like I was doing what I should be doing and doing something because I had too.

Where am I going?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

so get a different job. there's no reason to work at a law firm unless you need the money. honestly, life is not as hard as you make it.

8:23 PM  
Blogger Ole said...

Ah, but don't you remember that classic paean to adolescent nightmares... Avril Lavigne's "Complicated"? I'm sure PP can empathise. Self-created, insignificant drama seems to be her speciality.

1:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like PP was having a pretty hefty mid-meal crisis.
Not bad considering it was probably a pretty hefty meal.

Honestly, PP, the only reasons you're working a dead end job at the law firm is b/c your dad got you that job b/c you were too lazy to find yourself one.
There is a very robust intern program over at MTV. check out

you'll be glad you did

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this can't be real...

7:12 AM  

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