This morning the commute was hideous. It’s bad enough that it was hideous except that it was the second time in 4 days it took me more than 30 minutes: just to get on the freeway. It’s less than 2 miles from my house.
I know I need to learn to be zen and go with the flow but honestly it makes me crazy. I hate commuting. I’ve always hated commuting and there is no easy solution. The only 4 days a week thing helps. If can’t learn to live with it I either have to move or find a different job and I don’t want to do either of those things.
Completely unrelated, but you may have seen ads or read reviews of a movie that just came out called Stay. I read the script several months ago and I’d offer a link but it’s taking too long to find. If you’re determined to read it, I’m sure you can figure out how to track it down.
I intended to write a rant about it then, not understanding that it was actually going to be made into a movie. There is some teeny, tiny spoilage ahead, but trust me, not worth worrying about. If you’ve read even one review you know it’s a twist movie and it’s not a cool twist, it’s a stupid twist. You are taken on a journey into some twisted reality where all kinds of bizarre, unexplained stuff happens, and then you find out why and you want to throw something against the wall.
I’ve seen the trailer and the movie looks like it might be good, definitely well made: Marc Forester directed and Ewan McGregor and Ryan Gosling and bunch of other good actors. Why? Why does more or less the same dopey twist keep getting made into a movie?