Let's See What Athens is Like on a Friday Night, Shall We? I warned y'all yesterday that I was going stir crazy sitting here in the studio. That still rings true today. I got up around nine-thirty this morning and sat around the place waiting for everyone else to get started. I got bored and … Continue reading Fearless Friday: Same Town, New Night, New Adventures.
In which I attempt to justify the twenty-eight-year-old behavior my forty-one-year-old body is trying to pull off.
In which I turn into a curmudgeonly old English teacher and rant about what constitutes irony for a while. Also I update y'all on the recording process.
In which I spend way too many words trying to describe this surreal process I'm going through recording an album with David Lowery.
In which I talk about how running is helping me to cope with the stress of recording an album and other life upheavals.
I Have to Keep This One Short It's not Tuesday anymore, technically. I just finished writing the second of my Space Porn articles for tomorrow, and it's about 1:00 am. Tomorrow Later this morning, I'll finish my training for the new job (which is going to be fantastic, by the way—see yesterday's post for details), … Continue reading Tuesday Tune-Up: A Quickie Before the Lights Go Out in Georgia
...And So Turneth the Page. Well. It's here. The start of the rest of my life. Of course, the same can be said of each of us every single day... and we should probably all be saying that to ourselves every day. However, today was the start of a new chapter for me in a … Continue reading Mantra Monday: Being a “Yeti.”
Riding the Wave, Not Fighting It. I've hinted at some major changes coming in my life soon, and well, boys and girls, we're at the event horizon. The tipping point. The edge of the waterfall. Regardless of which metaphor you like, this weekend is the last weekend that things will be as they've been for … Continue reading Fearless Friday: I Surrender
In which I finally pick up where I left off back in June and finish talking rot about economics and doing a job you love.
In which I talk out of school about writing for therapy, but still hit some pretty good points, nonetheless.