Sometimes I feel burned out, especially in the spring, when I am trying to work as much as possible so that I can make enough money to take a vacation of sorts in the summer when everything in New York is as slow as molasses and too hot to breathe, and lately I've been a little down about it all. I can't be everywhere, I can't do everything, and it kills me to say No. Especially because I already do it all day. And I get tired. I wish there were a hundred me's, a thousand me's, but there's just one. And not just because I often feel so different from other people, so lonely; mostly because I get things done. So I try to focus on what I can and will say Yes to, my deepest desires, the good I can create in the world, what do I really want to do with this one life I've got? And when I get tired of my job, as is occasionally the case, I remind myself that, among the many things I'm happy about having had a hand in, I introduced David Lynch to Au Revoir Simone via Barnes & Noble's Upstairs at the Square. And I smile.