Showing posts from November, 2010

No turning back ... blink blink

Every body's got something they have to leave behind, but what about those things that they should take up to go forward?
Just as difficult it is to leave something of yours behind, I feel it is equally difficult to embrace something alien as yours. Not always, but the big things... or the so called "completely new" things ...or the "unimagined".
I'm there now... Life's crossroads... All the cliches...
Not a girl, not yet a woman
Not a child, not yet an adult
Not a student, not yet a professional.

Not willing to let go completely, I know it isn't mine to hold on to, and not willing to take the plunge forward.
Ergo, I feel like I'm in a vacuum. It does have its advantages... I am currently free to do what I want, as I please. At the expense of having to face numerous questions about anything and everything, from everyone who's ever laid eyes on me on this planet, and pushes, shoves and nudges for me to take the next step.

Why can't they j…

Anthony DiNozzo

I just finished watching NCIS ... Naval Criminal Investigative Services. This post is not a review of the series, it is rather about a Character I found myself relating to more and more, especially towards the end: Anthony DiNozzo. 

On the surface, Tony as he is called is a smart, good looking guy, funny, and a movie buff...
You know what they say... still waters run deep, but turgid waters... they have a story, and they're trying to hide it. using humor as a method to navigate away from actual emotion is not all that difficult.

I was more interested in the way it affected his handling of relationships, or the lack of handling...
Tony definitely knew that Ziva David (Pronounced: Dhaveed) had feelings for him. That was portrayed rather well by well placed meaningful looks after a witty/sarcastic pass-away-the-weight-of the-moment ... but he never does anything about it.
But this is more than that.... Tony I'm guessing, when he saw Ziva, he would've been making all the connect…