I started a new job two weeks ago. I’m in a shop at a place that installs windows into storefronts. I have to remember to wear my gloves or I’ll cut my hands up. I got a nice blood blister today…from a measuring tape. Last week, my second week, I drove into work as the sun was rising. There were some pretty great blues and oranges in the sky. This week, it’s been dark when I walk into the shop. I’m trying really hard not to be completely exhausted at the end of a shift. Eventually I’ll get used to it. Right?
The new job has rearranged my schedule. I’m trying to use my time more wisely. I go to bed much earlier. Wow! When we meet up at the Bunker to work on new King Fish Crow material, we’re doing the work I really want to be doing, work I can pour myself into.
For the last couple weeks, we’ve been continuing to plug away at new tracks. We’re moving towards official demos of songs projected to be on our next album. It’s a process and the songs progress at their own rates. We’re in a spot that we cannot rush.
This past Thursday was the last rehearsal that we all arrived at the Bunker in the dark. I can almost smell the spring. But this isn’t my first March.
“Just follow your dreams and be patient.” – Angelique Kerber