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Reading Deprivation and Deferring conflict

I’m up in Vancouver, BC and it’s a beautiful and balmy mid-seventies. The sun sets at around 10:30pm and is up by 4am. I didn’t sleep well last night, but I still enjoyed waking up to the sun. I’m here on business, at a conference for New Media — whatever that means :). It’s very thought-provoking and I’m meeting all sorts of interesting folks. I am currently in the middle of a ‘reading deprivation’ assignment for my Artist’s Way class, and it’s proving to be very difficult, since I’m surrounded by reading materials. Do emails count?
I’ve decided to postpone talking to my dad or writing the letter to him until AFTER Brandi’s wedding — I need to focus on finishing (read: starting) her wedding ceremony, and I need to channel happy good thoughts, not bad angsty thoughts. I miss Julie and Eli, but am managing. My head is full of all sorts of things, and I don’t have the time or capacity to write them all down. In about 20 minutes is a big ‘GALA’ dinner, whatever that means. Crap, that means I have to get ready and go.

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