January Failure

Did I make only one post so far? That’s atrocious. I went to California, does that make it okay? No, I didn’t think so either. It was a blast. I love skiing, it was warm in the bay area, and Napa was pretty sweet. Check out the Del Dotto Caves if you get a chance. The tour was awesome (and full of tasty wine!).

So I didn’t make my resolution this month. I read a lot though, and did some traveling. I’m back at school taking classes now and getting ready for Beauty and the Beast. Auditions are next week and we had a minor crisis with directors. It’s taken care of now, but it was a stressful couple days.

I’m going to keep reading books. I’ve been checking out LibraryThing, Shelfari, and Goodreads to try to figure out which one I want to use. This involves actually joining each one, adding books, checking out the community, etc. This might take a little while, and it isn’t my main priority.

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1 Response to “January Failure”


  1. 1 Scott January 28, 2009 at 8:19 pm

    I like the idea of reading – I really do. But what about WRITING? Dude, your blogs are SUFFERING. I know you’re a busy man, but what’s a few minutes here and there a couple days a week? I promise you, when you’re older (10, 15, 30 years from now), you’ll value the archived words you wrote as a young adult more than a faint memory of a few words in a book someone else wrote that you read decades ago. Trust me Nick – write more and you won’t regret it. Don’t write for people to read either – just write about what makes you happy and you can’t go wrong.

    PS: I don’t see swharden.com in your blogroll…. awkward


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