Here we go again :) Travelling to London today, so I'm wearing a London shirt ofcourse! A sense of fatigue is already here. Not truly fatigued, I'm just pre-fatigued because trying not to get fatigued makes me fatigued. Sometimes I wish I could fly away without any knowledge about my destination.
"Ready or not, here I come! You can't hide."
Flying away like a brainless chicken has its ups but also lots of downsides. There is one main downside ofcourse, quite literally. It's a good thing chickens don't really fly high up the air, but that means there's not even an upside!
Playing tricks on words with myself, it's clear I don't wanna get tired but also I do want to get tired. Tiredness can provide a fifth dimension to things, so it's not always a bad thing.
"I can see clearly now the rain has gone!"
If I'm too tired I might not be able to see my obstacles that clear, it can prevent me from seeing them or prevent me from climbing over them.
I'm a just trying to prove a point to myself here? What is this really about?
Here we go again, let all the nerves come back an shroud me in a cloud of British stardust. I am so excited and a hint of scared.
Between the intensive of Greece and the UK quite a lot has happened. Atleast in an optimistic retrospect. I might draw other conclusions but he musn't.
So what's gonna happen? I need a lot of mental preparation, or no preparation at all! In a way going to Greece was pretty easier without preparation.....Do I need preperation for something else? I am in fact in preperation of something else...
A show! It sounds like the biggest event ever, but it felt like this...it just felt like this thing thus far. It's like a wolf in sheep's clothing, except it's even more surprising for the writer.
And the winner is....
I'll be hosting an annual award show this week, which is actually quite the achievement. Have the real nerves finally revealed themselves? Just one way to know for sure.