Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The Diva and the Neon Drama Llama Sign...

Gather 'round children. Let me tell you a story, the story of one hard working girl and her inability to get rid of the invisible neon drama llama sign that flashes above her head...

This last week has been INSANE, and the weeks preceeding that have been even more CRAZY! Do you ever feel like even though you prefer peace and quiet that drama tends to hunt you down, tackle you, and then hold your face down in the mud? That has been me for the last three weeks, and I have to say that I have decided that I am sick of it.

I won't bore you with the details, although some of them are quite juicy. Let's just say, my best friend's boyfriend (also a friend of mine), whom she loved dearly, decided to be an idiot and I got caught in the middle, my office mate had drama with the Dean of the Department and I had to make an official statement about something that never should have involved me, and one of my best friends decided to betray me...throw on top of that an opera performance, and ear infection, a staph infection on my face, and recital preparation and what do you get? A recipe for disaster, that is what you get!

So this blog may sound kind of ranty...but I have to blow off some steam in order to do what I am about to do!

I now officially announce that the drama llama sign has short circuited! I refuse to be involved...I plan to hide away in my room watching episodes of Coupling and other movies on Netflix and contemplate the meaning of the word solitude. Really, what is the point in worrying? A friend betrayed me...I can't go back in time and change her actions or the actions of the other people involved....my office mate was in trouble with the Dean for no good reason...I made my statement and now I'm done with it...my best friend's ex-boyfriend is an idiot...aren't most men who give up the best thing that ever happened to them? I don't have the energy to deal with the drama anymore so...guess what? I refuse to. The drama llama sign is closed for business folks! There...I said it! Now...here's hoping that it sticks! Hugs and loves until next time folks...same bat time, same bat channel!

2 comments:

WrayFam said...

You can do this! You are doing great! i will be here on Saturday with open arms to welcome you home. I love you, keep your chin up!

The High Family- said...

Sounds to me like you need a girls night. I love girls nights...you tell me when,and where and I will be in attendance!!!