Tuesday, February 22, 2011

My Illogical Jealousy Reaches New Heights. Or Distances.

I am completely and illogically jealous of one of my friends.

Completely so, because he's getting to see something that I would love. L-O-V-E. Illogically so, because the thing I'd like to witness is in England. That's right. There is a zero chance of my being able to go, so you'd think that I'd just be a grown-up and hope that he has a good time. But I'm kind of bratty right now, so I'll just sit here and fume. Stupid England.

In all seriousness, however, he told me tonight that he's going to a stage production of "To Kill a Mockingbird". Only my absolute favorite book of all time. Literally. ANNNDDD... if I really wanted to torment myself, I could mention that I'm the one who gave the book to him. Therefore, it is through my literary guidance that he's even attending said production.

I'd say "Harrumphhh!" if it wasn't such an annoyingly precious made up noise.

More than anything, though, I am unbelievably curious as to how the British actors will handle Alabama accents.


  1. This makes me giggle and appreciate your illogical anger all at the same time. . .

  2. I really can't believe how mad I am about it. Plus, he tried to send me this really cool t.v. program he was watching about a British journalist traveling to Harper Lee's hometown, and the mother effing channel wasn't "in my area". Conspiracy.

  3. one-I heart that book--and boo.

    You got me straight trippin' boo.