Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I'm sorry, Lost... I've met someone else



I'm sorry, Lost. I still love you and I always will. You know that.

But there's someone else in my life now. Someone who really gets me. Someone who won't disappear for months at a time and then only turn my world upside down a little bit. I'm not saying the magic's gone. It's still there, but... my new show just blows my mind. Week after week. And I would be a fool to ignore that. I know we have a long history, and I respect that. I bet we could even work together. I really do. But I've gotta do what's right for me. So I'm moving on.

I totally still wanna hang out with you every Wednesday night. I'd miss Jack and Kate and Sawyer too much! And little Juliet sure is growing up fast.

But I have a new love now. Her name is Heroes. And we're really happy together. We're learning so much about each other, and it's amazing all the ways we're connected that we haven't even discovered yet. I'm so excited about this new adventure, and I hope that someday, and I know it will take time, but I hope someday you can be happy for us.

Love Always,
The Law Fairy

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At February 28, 2007 at 3:04 PM, Blogger DarthImmortal said...

I can't wait to see this show when the DVDs are released later in the year. I would watch but I just cannot stand watching live shows because of the 5 - 7 minute commercial breaks and the other BS which you mentioned about Lost. When I get the DVDs I have the control.

 
At February 28, 2007 at 3:49 PM, Blogger The Law Fairy said...

Darth, TiVo is my lover on the side. He protects me from these foreign things called "commercial breaks," as well as unannounced schedule changes (I wish he'd been around when my darling Arrested Development was being shifted around on its way to the slaughterhouse).

But, yeah. I'm a HUGE fan of TV on DVD. The problem is when I get addicted to a show -- I'm way too impatient to sit around waiting for the DVD set :)

 
At March 1, 2007 at 10:10 AM, Blogger Andrew said...

Hmmmm. I have never seen an episode of Lost... It's kinda sad, my friends told me I was missing great tv.

I cried earlier this year (ok, not really, but I was close) when I found out that I would be having moot court practice on Mondays... thankfully, I've yet to miss an episode of Heroes. :D

 
At March 1, 2007 at 4:00 PM, Anonymous knights13_ghost said...

Very nicely written. Sounds passionate and a little poetic. I used to write poems but I'd rather twist the cap off the molson at the present. :)

I don't really feel passionate about any shows. There was a show on PBS and the engineers had a camera attached to the back of a peregrine falcon. That was awesome to watch!!!

 
At March 2, 2007 at 5:59 AM, Blogger Michele said...

We bought the season on iTunes, which means that there are no commercial breaks at all. (It also means that I don't have to miss it even though I have a meeting on most Mondays.) We are completely hooked.

 
At March 2, 2007 at 11:27 AM, Blogger The Law Fairy said...

Andrew, seriously. INVEST IN TIVO!!

I know, I didn't have it when I was a law student either. But now that I have it, I seriously can't imagine life without it.

But congrats on getting to a level of moot court that requires you to attend weekly practice :)

Knights, I take my TV shows damn seriously ;) I've never considered myself a poet... though I did once write this sarcastic little ditty when a friend asked for poems to give to another friend at her baby shower -- yeah, I'm that kind of a bitch (baaaayybeeee-loving peeps, you may want to cover your eyes):

Goodbye, Life!
It was fun to know you.
You'll have to move aside
when the baby arrives.

What shall I name her?
Perhaps Maria.
An exciting take
on sainted virginity.

Or something more unique;
Constance?
I do appreciate
virtuous names.

Perhaps Husband
will have a preference.
He's always shown a proclivity
for active participation in family affairs.

I do hope he is pleased
with how our child turns out.
He and Mother have been
planning for this for some time.

How I love the nursery!
All pink and bows.
Little C or M will have
so many fond memories
when someday she grows up
and has the chance to say
goodbye to her own life
and hello to her child's.

(C) The Law Fairy 2007

Michele, isn't it ADDICTIVE?

 
At March 4, 2007 at 9:24 AM, Anonymous knights13_ghost said...

Oh babies!! Niecely written LF. I like it.

Goodbye, Life!
It was fun to know you.
You'll have to move aside
when the baby arrives.

Here is my addition to your part here:

When the wave washes away vision
The one thing of certainty
In a reflection that seems prison
Reveals the colors of eternity

 

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