I’m involved with another theatrical production, as I’ve stated earlier. I’ve only been to a few rehearsals, and I’m tired of it. I don’t think it is the show, or the actors in the show. I have a good time when I am there, but before I get there and after I leave I experience a feeling numbness. I’m just tired of the whole thing. I really wish I would have stayed on my theater break. I don’t want to study lines, learn blocking or any of the other things needed for this show. I have other things I feel like doing instead.
I wonder how long this feeling will last. I need to learn how to say no. I need to focus on projects I am really interested in and ignore the ones that I have just a passing interest in.
Oh well, the show must go on, and I will soldier through.
3 thoughts on “Finding a way”
Yes… sometimes you just need to learn how to realize that enough is enough and stick to your guns. I’m sure you’ll make it though… hang in there.
Agreed… I’ve been so happy, content, and no longer overwhelmed ever since we took a step back from a lot of our volunteer activities. Balance is the key, and if you don’t properly balance hobbies that are fun in your life, many things can easily become not fun!
Best of luck!
I am amused. Didn’t you listen to yourself when you told Mom to learn to say “no”? Then again, she didn’t listen, either. 🙂