Feb. 16th, 2005

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Ah, Zoloft. How do I love thee? Well, let's see here... Yesterday was kinda sucky cause one of my teeth started hurting early in the morning. It's still a little uncomfortable. I had to run home after improv (which got out like around 1 AM cause it was our first tech) and go to the dentist at 8 this morning. I may or may not need a root canal, which'll suck but they say it's not as bad as it sounds. However, I kept being really non-specific on the symptoms just to bug them ^^. I don't like dentists. The nurses are fine, but the head ones... *shudders* I like the other guy at the office better, and I've only had him once and he still wasn't that great. And anyway, it's just as much their fault that this tooth became so bad as it is mine! Seriously! It's a long story, but it's true! They could have gotten the cavity earlier, but they didn't. Their fault, too!!!

Anyway, I randomly decided to switch videos games. I bought two on tour, especially because my goal for the trip was to beat The Adventure of Link and I did within the first half hour on the bus. I'm at the last battle in the new game, Minish Cap or whatever it's called, but I suddenly decided to play my other new one, the original Metroid. I love playing all of these old games I used to watch my brother play! It's so much fun! And then you think about how things have evolved and the characters that have lasted and stuff. I mean, Mario's basically just added from the original, Link is always running around with a sword and going into dungeons, Samus finds some monster ridden planet, another Final Fantasy turns up, and Kirby keeps on eating things. Still, as they make better and better games, the old ones are still freaking awesome too! I love how things like that stand the test of time. Plus, me, Link, and Samus have grown up together! Their first games came out in 86.

Back to my actually good day, which is what this was supposed to be about and I never really mentioned it. Improv practice was so freaking awesome tonight!!! For me, at least. We're working on our Long-form show, which is more or less a 75 minute thingy. We're doing "Improvivor," so it's Reality TV stuff. Depending on where you get randomly placed in this, you draw out your name, occupation, and where you're from. Mine job was an OCD personal hygenist. Yeah. Not much acting there! I just did me mixed with a little bit of Monk! At the very end, Julia told us to do a slow motion review thingy, and everyone else was going into hug and a few people brought up commercials. I didn't think my character would hug, so I thought for a second and pretended to see something I needed to wipe up on the floor, still in slow motion. Most of the people watching said that was their favorite moment all night!!! ^_^ I'm so happy!!! I love it when I actually do something good in improv! It makes me feel so special! The show's gonna be great, though. You guys should really try to come and see it. We're doing it Friday and Saturday night, and it's five dollars for a pass to BOTH shows, although I doubt you'd come for both. My parents wanna go up one of those days, for any of you Sioux City people. And we have improv workshops all day Saturday, too! Registration is fairly cheap, I think! Come on down/up!!!

*looks at my last entry* Yep. I cannot lose those pills again!,

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