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05 October 2008 @ 12:59 pm
Goodbyes are hard. Especially when the visit is so short-lived. My parents were in town for all of 24 hours starting yesterday afternoon. I showed them around the drama department, all the while spewing lots of fancy terminology and theatre facts at them (which was hopefully interpreted as me having a wealth of knowledge from learning 'stuff' in school). We went out for an amazing dinner, I spent the night at their hotel, then they bought me groceries the next morning before heading off to the airport.

I love my parents so much. They are the most amazing, generous, hilarious people I know. They have supported through my experimentation of hobbies and activities, and were overjoyed when I told them I wanted to pursue a career in theatre. And they have an understanding and appreciation of the medium and industry, even though they are not in the business themselves. SO thankful for that. They are thrilled that I am finally in a place where I can play, laugh and grow. (Excuse the Playskool slogan - please.)

Plus they bought me a [tos] window card, and Seth Rudetsky's novel - without any knowledge of who he is or how amahzingly funny he is. Totes.
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