My life is the life of a director of movies or plays. Everyday, I shuffle though the paper work and contracts of homework. Some of the actors and actresses I deal with are caring and kind, others are useless and their purpose in my production of life is futile. Managers and producers endlessly gab at me about when my work must be completed and exactly how they want it; if it is not to their standards, to me will come a shallow grade. I am the play director of my life, seeing infinite amounts of work, but after the days production is through, the paycheck of gratitude is most rewarding.