February 11, 2007

End of an era…

After 2 years of work, Ovid is over… So what exactly am I supposed to do with myself now?! Look at the photos, watch the DVD and recover from the steaming hangover and flu that the final night gave me…

The realisation that I now have to MAKE my social life rather than knowing that every day I’m going to see the cast of 11 wonderful people, is a tad scary. The thought that I now need to think up my next project… And that, for whatever I want to do next year, I’m going to need a new director as Katy will have abandoned me, is terrifying. But liberating. With these realisations I have a new one; I can sleep now, I can get on with my uni work, I can go back to the friends I’ve neglected (so sorry, Jon and Phil!), and I can arrange to see the Ovid cast simply to have fun together, rather than play stuff.. And we all know, they’re very good at getting pissed and having a good time!

Two years work is over, a huge chunk of my life, and one of my biggest aims of my University life is ended. But we did it. We did it, it was a success.

So now, I’m going to write that Shakespeare essay, drink tea with my housemates, message Phil, drink with Jon and watch films with Hayley.

I can’t believe Katy and I have actually, actually done it. We did it. Thank God! :)
Ovid - Myrrah


- 4 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Hmph.

    11 Feb 2007, 17:28

  2. joe

    I’M A TREE

    11 Feb 2007, 23:22

  3. the tree looks surprising cool.

    13 Feb 2007, 01:21

  4. Told you it did! :)

    13 Feb 2007, 08:10


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