Monthly Archives: October 2018

October 2018 round up.

I don’t know what I was expecting from this move but it’s not quite happening the way I thought it would I had an immense relief but not having to constantly worry about that.
it’s great being in the countryside whilst  the weather is fantastic  and has been so far this year so I have to ask myself what actually wrong and it’s quite difficult to figure out.

I’ve got reasonable freedom to do pretty much what I want and I got a studio room and I’m making use of it and the gigs are going relatively well and and relatively speaking I’m just about managing. I had hoped by now I might have connected with a few people in the local community but that’s not really happening and I think it’s mostly my fault although I can’t see what I have in common with most of the folks that likely to be hanging  around here at the times that I am.

I suppose that comes from being a certain age also not having children or grandchildren cuts down the number of things you can talk about because my life experience is probably very different to a lot of people that live here for  so many reasons.  I don’t want to bore people to death by talking about music all the time. I don’t have much else in the way of conversation lately.

Of course we also have the insanity which is about Brexit that’s quite depressing in itself because it means its likely that a lot of things people are hoping to do may not  now be possible, though I would hope otherwise.

https://inktank.fi/tag/very-brexit-problems/




Toss aside empty hopes

Stop wandering about! You aren’t likely to read your own notebooks, or ancient histories, or the anthologies you’ve collected to enjoy in your old age. Get busy with life’s purpose, toss aside empty hopes, get active in your own rescue-if you care for yourself at all-and do it while you can.”

Marcus Aurelius