Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Wicked and da da dun....another interview

News: a report of a recent event; intelligence; information.

News Item #1:

I started reading Wicked. I know, I am about 2 years overdue. For over a year I've had various and sundry people ask me, tell me, beg me, and talk to me about IT. But they're many reasons why its taken me this long to begin.

First off, my first association with the franchise was NOT ideal. My freshman year of college I became acquainted with Wicked through the continual blasting of the token high notes of Broadway sopranos. To tell you the truth, I don't remember what they were singing about. I do remember my constant annoyance towards my roommate, who, from what I could tell, only listened to John Mayer (who I also loathe), the Beatles, and the Wicked soundtrack. I know, I thought it was a strange combo choice too.

To make matters worse, the first time I tried to begin the novel I was sick with food poisoning from bad Thai salmon. Let me tell you, reading anything is an experience when you're half delirious. When I was recovering from mono (and taking A LOT of Vicadin) I tried to read War of the Worlds. Yeah...need I say more?

Anyway, the point is, it didn't really work. The only thing I remember about the Wicked reading experience was the 'bawdy' show detailed at the beginning of the book. You know what I'm talking about...

News Item #2:

I have a job interview today. Its at the Singapore American School, the private, swanky, my family has more money than yours na na na, kind of school. Its for a job as a secretary (I know not the best I can do) but I'm guessing the job pays much more than entry-level publishing. We'll see.

News Item #3:

I have tentatively decided to try to get into Graduate school. Go me...


Dara said...

Hello Krystal Love, so you're finally reading Wicked. I do recall the bawdy show at the beginning that you refer to. Interesting that the one part you remember is that... anyway good luck with your interview with the snobby school.

Christian said...

You have a blog! Yay! I hope you don't mind that we read it.

Congrats on the interview and grad school decision. Good luck with both.