I think I'm going to be going through cycles of insane busyness and relative calm until I retire. I definitely need it, or I'd just get bored of pretty much everything in my life. See the newest post on the front page to learn about the things that have been happening in merely the last 7 days.
I also don't know what I'd do in my life without being able to just get up and leave anytime I want. I love being able to make a snap decision to be on the West coast, or pitch it all and head back to the homeland of Montreal for beers and chats on rooftops.
What I suppose this post is about is how good life is right about now. I came to a realization the other night while kickin' it on the left coast of Canada, and I'm glad. I'm getting my priorities straight and acting on whims again. It's interesting.
I'm also planning a badass Bourbon Trail tour for the fall. I'll be stopping in at all kinds of micro-distilleries, as well as the big ones, for 7 glorious days of anti-sobriety. We'll also be trekking up to Indianapolis to stop in at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. I am going to shit. Figuratively.
I'm getting back to writing words down - words that makes sense together. And picked up the guitar again. So calming.
It's all about finding a balance in all the bussinessfriendsworklifelove.