Friday, 25 May 2007

Speaking of which - France!

I'm off. Finally, and it's taken a long looooong time, I've put the pile on the market. Yep. On the market this afternoon.

I've no idea where we're going to, except it's not likely to be Blighty. Too effing expensive. So France is - as I type - the planned destination. Don't ask, 'cause I've no idea where in France. Probably an old Cow shed.

Actually, I quite fancy New Zealand. It's good enough for Frodo, though rather distant from my druggy friends in London ... I could grow my own, I suppose.

Ah well, you live and learn. I've learnt you have to earn money to pay bills, otherwise nondescript suits get upset. I've decided I don't like playing 'the game' where you slave to pay for a place you don't really want to be. What's the point?

I will write both music and 'fiction', and I will do it where I can get up at four in the morning and record a drum kit without having upset neighbours hammering on the door.

I will, I will, I will Mr Fawlty.


Kapitano said...

Wow, very good news that you're actually taking concrete steps towards a life that makes you happy.

I speak as one who is sauntering towards middle age in the "familliarity" of his parent's home.

If it's New Zealand then we must meet in person sometime before you leave me far behind.

Kitty said...

:O :O :O New Zealand!!! So I'm going to have to learn to speak Maori now?

You *could* move to Portland (Oregon, not Maine), where you could legally have a special garden in your basement.

I will, I will, I will Mr Fawlty.
Oh, I know, I know. -- Sybil Fawlty