Sunday, November 19, 2006

Why am I so indecisive?

While posting when drunk is never a good idea, and I swear I'm not going to edit this in the morning, there's a certain amount of skewed introspecitive that's provided by an hour's solitary train ride, accompanied only by an i-pod full of music from Perth bands, amongst others, and a brain addled by ume-shu.

I was handed my re-contracting papers a few days ago, and as much as I overplay everything and be a complete drama queen and be capable of giving advice of what everyone else should do in "Amy's Perfect World", I really don't know what to do and it's completely tearing me up. So instead of writing something that I can't blame on the Hub's happy hour jumbo Long Island Iced Tea's, I'm going to leave you with this; my effort at cheering a friend up on a late Friday afternoon:


And with a flick of her sleek, glossy hair, she turned on her heels and strode out of the room, towards something, she was sure, that was better than the blandness that the day had provided so far.





Third year: crash and burn, or cut and run, or see out the opportunity that I'm unlikely to have ever again?


5 comments:

Amanda said...

This is totally why I circled maybe. I'm pretty sure I'm heading home, but just being confronted with those papers, being asked to make some kind of decision (even a wishy-washy) one... ack!

Ryan said...

You should stay!!

Amy said...

to herself, "i should stay!"

c said...

(found you through the NaBloPoMo randomizer)I think your decision lies in the phrasing: see out the opportunity that I'm unlikely to have ever again"

sounds to me - a complete stranger and someone who's only just read that post - that you should seize the day, carpe diem, take the risk etc etc or else you'll regret it. :)

will definitely keep reading to find out what the decision is!

Mum said...

As I have said to you, you will know when you've had enough and you are sick of Japan and that is the year when you decide not to re-sign. But you have to go through the "had enough" before you return to Australia. You are not indecisive on this one, it's a biggie!