Conrad Julius Ecklie (conrad_ecklie) wrote,
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Theatrical Muse: Week 84: Question 84

Name: Conrad Ecklie

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Word Count: 315


What is your favourite time of day? Why?


I do not have any “favourite” time of the day. Aside from the fact that I run on a tight schedule and have to do those things that need doing, there is no point in looking forward to any particular time in my day. I do not need a distraction like desiring to get to a particular place in the order of things, for distractions are unnecessary, pointless and trouble making. If I was to drift off thinking about something that I am looking forward to, then I wouldn’t be doing my job, would I? As it most often happens, to look forward to something, a person needs to put a considerable amount of thought into it. Thought takes up time and I can not waste time.

In my job, I play a vital role in the way things run on my shift; I make sure we are as efficient and as effective as we can be. While I can understand the want to go to a creature comfort at some time of the day, for most of my days it is an unavailable option. I can not go off on a completely unrelated path when there is evidence to be processed and papers to be filled out. Maybe on my days off, I might look forward to something, but I definitely wouldn’t call it my favourite time of day. I honestly don’t think a glass of whiskey or wine or some such other alcoholic beverage deserves such a title. A drink is a drink, possibly one of the only things I do look forward to in the barest meaning of the sense.

Besides, there is no use in getting my hopes up while waiting for an event to happen that I want to occur. Plans change, people move on, it’s better off not getting disappointed, because then there is no chance to be upset.
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