That time of the month already? Pshaw…

Ok, it seems I have a serious problem updating my LJ – I am a bit lazy.
Go figure.

A lot of events are happening in my life, and if you are one of the privileged, you know about the most recent one – the bike trip.
It was a lot of fun except for the one thing, and that kind of kept going much after the trip and is still painful.

On the much brighter side, the CST production of “She Stoops to Conquer” only has three shows left! Tonight, Monday, this Thursday and our closing night is on Saturday. If anyone needs details, let me know.
It’s a great show, with a great cast, with our own problems and quirks, but it all makes up the wonderful comedy that it should.
I’ve never really had to play the “straight guy” while everyone in the audience gets a good laugh. Keeping a straight face is harder than you could ever imagine.

I also realize it’s been forever since the last podcast – and I hope to rectify this soon. Life is a little messy these days and I need a break in order to put the puzzle pieces back together and get everything in order again. It could take some time.

Another thing that has been surfacing in my upper thoughts is the possibility of leaving the country for a more reasonable place to live. It has been my opinion that Israel is determined to make life extra difficult for you. Now, don’t go shouting “The grass is greener!” etc. but I really think that if something can be made difficult, it is. I always thought life was meant to be enjoyed, not suffered. If anyone knows of some decent job-finding sites for the hi-tech expert in the USA, let me know. Not that I am committing to anything just yet, but I’d like to know what’s out there.

I’ve begun catching up on blogs that I should – and here’s my friend Chava‘s perspective – interesting and fresh. Have fun!

  • _standback_

    I’ll be there to see “Stoops to Conquer” tonight. See you there! 😀

  • tryscer

    A BIT lazy, you say!

  • cogitationitis

    Monster.com has a lot of high-tech listings, and Mark browses it on occasion. You’d probably need the means to set up video interviews. Mark generally has the most success with head-hunters, though. It might be easier to take an extended vacation here, look while you’re here, and then go home if things don’t pan out.

    One piece of good news is that the job market is looking up this year.

  • anonymous

    Yo! Thanks for the shout-out, man! I guess we shouldn’t say ‘break a leg’, huh?

  • miketheman

    A. No titles are required, just a possibility.
    2. Try to sign it with a name, as you aren’t an LJ user.
    Z. Check this out: http://www.theatrecrafts.com/glossary/pages/morebreakaleg.html

  • joebrown42

    Next week, when should I come over?