I don't particularly think that saying things you find to be important on a blog makes any difference, but I'll attempt to keep the drivel down and maybe you'll find something of interest.Ask me anything
I went into my gig last night very trepidatious, convinced (especially after our afternoon rehearsal) that it was going to be a disaster and we’d play shit music to an empty room. Somehow things came together 5 minutes before we went on… And as a result I had an amazing experience and left the stage on a high I haven’t gotten from performing in a long time.
Probably helps there was actually a crowd too… I’m very keen to repeat the experience.
I’m confused… But not really. Just fucked it up again.
This has been a complicated day. A 24 hour extension of the complicated life that I have created for myself. But every day brings with it new hope and ambition, for ideas I had today, I have never had before, nor will I again.
But I feel like I am getting closer to the point where something will stick.
Yesterday G went for a new job at Myer, and found out 4 hours later that she got it… Pretty proud of her, apparently she knows how to interview well, plus our household is rapidly adding to the stores where She can get us a discount. Turns out looking good in interview attire isn’t all She’s good for. With six jobs between us though, I feel like we’re competing for ‘most casual employee of the year’.
I don’t want to say that I’m amazing at writing essays.
But if I said I wasn’t I would be lying
So in the name of honesty I’ll say it…
I’m amazing at writing essays.
-Georgia Williamson 2014
Just finished doing up my calendar for the next 6 months. I’m going to be stupidly busy but hopefully it will be a lot of fun. Good mix of work, fun and in-betweens.
Today I felt a way that I haven’t felt in a long time, and it scared me a little bit. Somewhat humbling experience to be reminded that for all your higher thoughts and understanding, the simple fact of your humanity cannot be ignored, and sometimes your brain reacts in a way you don’t want even when the cognitive part is telling you that it’s a bad idea.
The sickness and raging headache I’ve had since last night probably hasn’t helped, but excuses are simply ways to avoid bettering yourself, and in the end I need to better myself for both the people I care about and for myself.
I am, however, very grateful to my closest friend and family for understanding despite the impact on them, and this inspires me to be even better in the future.