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heart strings, heartbreak and daily life

By | November 20th, 2017|bullshit, journal, Turtle|

I feel like I should say something more. It is a fine line between fucking this off completely, to kill this connection once and for all, and writing to 'make sense of the world'. I could write essays on Facebook I guess. Fuck Facebook. It is a rather annoying predicament. Today, when my heart and [...]

the most beautiful girl in the world

By | November 20th, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, friends, light art, literature, weather|

It is such a beautiful evening for sharing friendship. :-) I am so happy tonight. It is Mistress Butterfly's birthday. We went to an interesting collection of writers who have recently had a residency at the Wheeler Centre. They were beautiful stories. Something that stood out for me was one writer saying 'I write to [...]

Assumptions make an arse out of u and me

By | November 19th, 2017|bullshit, journal, Turtle|

It is just folly to assume that the person on the other side of this screen is fond of me in any way. To be honest, my memories of the real life interaction between Turtle and I are overwhelmingly negative. It just seems so unbelievable that Turtle is in this for the love. Not least [...]

nerves before an adventure in the world with friends

By | November 16th, 2017|daily life, design, friends, professional, theatre|

I am a bit nervous about going out tonight. I am going to see some theatre with Maximilien and some other people. We are going to have drinks and dinner beforehand. Work has become so enjoyable, and so incredibly productive, since I have signed up to a few new things, and getting out into the [...]

adventures on a rainy day – cruising in my brooom

By | November 16th, 2017|bars and restaurants, bullshit, daily life, technology|

There is something fun about going for a cruise through my city, on an unusual kind of adventure. I have to get my ignition switch replaced, as there is a recall for this part on my car. They took their time finding the fault! Apparently it is at risk of starting a fire. Inside the [...]

improvements? maybe!

By | November 16th, 2017|daily life, morning pages, professional|

Something seems to be working, with regard to these improved working activities, because I have woken up naturally before 7:00 am two days in a row. To be honest, I think that I wake up earlier when I am happy. :-) Co-working and volunteering two days a week might be just the thing to make [...]

Margaret Atwood – The Heart Goes Last

By | November 15th, 2017|interesting people, literature, technology|

Margaret Atwood is certainly an amazing story teller. I still have one episode left of the Handmaid's Tale, and that was fascinating. Dark, interesting, scary. The other day I found another one of her books in my library's ebook collection. The Heart Goes Last. It is another one of those dystopian stories that makes me [...]

Happy marriage equality day

By | November 15th, 2017|bars and restaurants, interesting people, music, parks and gardens, relationships|

Hooray!! It is a great time in Australian history. :-) I am so pleased that the Yes campaign won. We were scared, hehe, it is true. Trump, Brexit, One Nation. How many dickheads are in this country anyway? But for now, it is time to celebrate. It is such a great day! Someone at my [...]

confidence comes from competence?

By | November 15th, 2017|daily life, interesting people, professional|

I am not sure where to put this insight, so I will put it here. Do you know what is nice? To feel so incredibly competent! I have just finished writing up a report of suggestions for the marketing and web development of my potential volunteer position and I am so proud of myself. I [...]