Saturday, August 9, 2008

Parked in Parkdale

Sometimes I think I'm agoraphobic.

I live in an awesome city with so much crap to do, and a great neighbourhood.

But, other than dog walks & grocery shopping with Craig, I have not left the house since Monday's breakfast at the Rhino. I just realized that now. Jesus.

Part of the problem is that I have no clue what to do; the other part is that I feel like I have no right to do anything cuz I don't belong.

The bitch is crazy, what can I say?

I don't do things alone anymore, and I'm not entirely sure why.

Since I'm going slightly stir crazy, I think it's time to get over myself. I have a right to do whatever the hell I want, wherever I want to. No one is gonna look twice at me, or judge me cuz I've flown the damn coop.

The personalities in my head are having a conference, hopefully they figure this shit out.

13 comments:

Steve said...

they'll look twice at you bcuz ur really fucking hot.

Kris said...

Shpanks.

Melinda said...

Well hopefully I'll get a job soon and then we can be friends. We'll be *let's get the fuck out of the house* friends. :P

Ps. I have an interview on Wednesday so keep your fingers, toes and everything else crossed!

Roland said...

Hi Kris, glad to hear your enjoying your new home. I saw some of ur older blog posts says your looking for work. You should try acting? I used to do acting about 3 years ago.. I would probably do that as a career if I wasn't in the computer software industry.. I was in that stupid movie Zoom u can actually see me in the background a few times and I was a hand double in it too lol, among other films I was in.

but yeah, acting is lots of fun. Just google Toronto acting agent or whatever get some agent doesn't matter and they will send u for films as an extra and on top of that u can tell them u want to go for auditions for big roles as well :) like I said, I think u might enjoy it.. its quite fun :)

Anonymous said...

Who do you want me to be?

RasaMi said...

ignore that stupid asshole "anonymous" who posted above...he will forever be known as a jackass..

Kris said...

Rasam - I still love ya! Silly...

Mindy-Lou-Who- I'm hoping you get it! I'm also hoping you have better luck than I do...

Roland - I used to love acting, but haven't in many many years. I don't know if that'd be a good choice for me, there are SO many actors in this city. Did it pay ok for you?

Robert Campbell said...

Kris your blog is getting better and better! I live close now and so I'm actually debating whether or not i should subscribe... hey do you ever go to the Wrong Bar? please write about that. I want to know what that place is like but it opens too late for me.

Roland said...

no it didn't pay well at all its $10 an hour for extra's but if u get into actra its $20 an hour if i remember right. Don't be put off by the fact that there are lots of actors in the city there's lots of all kinds of people out there. but anyways, if u already tried it and don't care much for it then that's cool :) but u said u used to love it but don't anymore, what exactly turned you off about it? If its that at the start it doesn't pay well and there's lots of competition don't ever let that stop u from doing what u *enjoy*.. if its any motivation to stick with something here it is - I'm in software and I consider it a great career success because I put many years of hard work into it and its starting to pay off in many ways, an extreme case, one of my good friends plays in the NHL.. I bet you can imagine the competition he had to go through, but he made it in.

Kris said...

Robert - I've never been to the Wrong Bar, but I'll go soon and definitely post about it.

Roland - I'd still like doingi t, I just don't think I could make a career of it. But thanks for the suggestion, ya never know!

Gordon said...

Welcome to domesticity, Kris. You've moved in with your love and now you're just starting to experience the day to day experience of day to day living. There is a certain monotony to it unless of course you're an artist type and work and play at any hour of the day. But right now, from what you describe, it sounds like you've got a routine going which can be good thing but can also lead to monotony.

Of course, you may completely disagree with this analysis and that's fine.

Kris said...

Even without being here, I experienced 'day to dat living'. It's just getting used to a new city and getting over my weird phobias and bran malfunctions.

But yes, I agree with ya. I love routine... but I also need to break the monotony when I can.

Kris said...

Apparently i also can't spell today. Ignore the 'day to dat' living and uh... 'bran' malfunctions. Geez.

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