What you want to do? Isn't that what I said?
This past summer I directed two shows at Fringe, one of which I wrote ( Little Monster s) and one written by my friend Anne Marie Szucs ( Crack ). Over the last several weeks a few lines from the latter have been rattling in my head, making me think hard about what my time is filled by. ANGELA: Sometimes I wish there were 2 of me - just to do everything I want to do. PAM: What you want to do. ANGELA: Yes. Isn't that what I said? CHRISTINE: Pam. PAM: Sometimes I think you do what everyone else wants you to do – Andy, the kids, church. Where do you fit into the list? I find myself coming back to that question... what is it I want to be doing? I have many things I 'have' to do. Some are things I have put in place, some are work or store related, some are volunteer commitments, some are things that people have asked me to do and I couldn't say no to... I would say that most of them are things I like doing, even enjoy doing, but I think