Maybe we can help eachother in here, or find ways to deal with the withdrawal by posting some pictures or sharing some memories once more.
And not to forget by making a list why it's a good thing the play has ended!
here is a copy of what I already posted in the TDoR thread:
- James gets some rest and wont have to drag himself over to the theatre to do the very same play AGAIN even if he is soooo not in the mood for it sometimes.
- James is a lot less likely to die from acute pneumonia now he doesn't have to go home all wet after every play.
- Now people who cannot make it all the way to London do not have to be jealous any more with the people that do keep going to London. In a little while the weird division that this has created between the ones that went and the ones that didn't will hopefully end. The gap between them will close and we all become what we were before again: Film lovers with a crush on an actor that none of us stands a chance with anyway.
- So the people that stopped reading certain threads because it was too painful not being able to be part of it, can safely join in the fun again.
- And the people that did make it to London do not have to keep checking their bank accounts to see if maybe they can squeeze out another trip, even though they already know they really can't.
- Now James can work on a new film again, which is something we can hopefully all enjoy equally (apart from the usual release date differences )
- And last but not least: London has just become a lot less susceptible to the Swine Flu now all this added international traffic will cease again.
And I think Paula had a very good reason to add in her own style: