I can’t believe it’s nearly December. I know it’s not been any shorter than any other year but why does it feel like the time has just flown by.
A Month Ago
It was three days before Chill @ The Church and was a little worried about what was going to happen and stuff like that but it all came together and we had an awesome time. Some of the students from the CU came and gave us a hand – I know CJ was incredibly grateful that they were able to help out which was cool.
Six Months Ago
I’m officially 23, I’ve been graduated university about two years but what do I want to do? I still don’t have the foggiest but for now I was celebrating my birthday.
A Year Ago
November 2008 was a sucky month. On Wednesday the 5th I went to work like any other normal day. At 4pm ish it all changed. I don’t want to rehash the same posts you can read them here on my blog (here and here). My Grandma past away and it was horrible – I felt like my heart had been pulled out my chest and jumped on over and over again. I was given time off work when really I didn’t want to be at home staring at the wall I didn’t want to dwell on the fact of what happened but then again I also didn’t want to pretend that it hadn’t happened. My friends were amazing, Chris phoned Kewey for me on that evening – I wanted to tell her I felt that she needed to know that this huge thing was happening but I needed to spend time Grandma before she went and then with my family. She offered to drop everything and drive to my house that evening. I needed a hug but I could hang on till the weekend when she was coming anyway. Being 13, Year 9, the first Christmas concert I did there I think. It took me a little while to get back into music when I got to Upper School – I think had fallen out of love with it but then I got back into it and that was that. I was hooked for the 5 years I was at Markie.
Five Years Ago
It was my first Christmas at university, we were doing out first proper semi public performance. I was nervous and excited all at the same time. Lol.
Ten Years Ago
Being 13, Year 9, the first Christmas concert I did there I think. It took me a little while to get back into music when I got to Upper School – I think had fallen out of love with it but then I got back into it and that was that. I was hooked for the 5 years I was at Markie.