On change

Lots of change around me at the moment. I’ve managed to move most of my stuff back into storage, and the beautiful Terri has cleaned out the granny flat, ready for Kris to sell it on.  So I’m homeless, but not stuff-less.

The election campaign has been daunting, so depressing and boring to listen to I’ve turned back to ABC Classic FM for some restitution of sane thoughts, alternating with TripleJ for joie de vivre.

I thought I had a market stall, and it may still happen, but not as soon as I’d hoped. With any luck, I’ll get in a couple of days of selling before I go to New Zealand in September.  I’ve made lots of lovely earrings, using black pearls and different sized deep red crystals on sterling silver, and I had a lot of fun doing it. Still have to get round to photographing the new pieces, and putting them up on the website.

What else? Oh yes! I’ve just had my first ever session with a real live proper qualified counselor. Interesting experience. I’ll let you know how it goes, but I’m looking forward to the next session, and I have hopes that I won’t have to resort to medication again – or at least, not for a very very long time.

The Thesis is stuck at the moment, but I have to hand in a fair chunk by the end of the month, so I am anticipating a sudden attack of ‘deadline approaching’ feverish activity within the next few days. In fact, I feel it coming on now – catch ya later!

About blog

I'm Flloyd Kennedy, mother of Iain and Roderick, grandmother of Owen and Natalie, daughter of Ina Hofmaster and sister of Wendy Judd. At the moment, I am based in Brisbane, Australia, where I work as a freelance voice and acting coach and occasionally perform with independent film and theatre companies. As well, I am in the process of writing up my PhD at the University of Queensland, my topic being "Theory of the Voice in Performance" This is my personal blog, designed to share news and images with my friends and family only. Now, please tell me something about yourself? What is new with you, and your nearest and dearest? When are you coming to Brisbane/Australia to visit us?
This entry was posted in diary. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to On change

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention On change « Confessions of a Person of Uncertain Age -- Topsy.com