Time still flies away, and I’m pretty sure that everybody – not just me – have less and less time to do anything other than their job.
Waking up in the same time, getting home in the same time, watching the same shit over and over again. It’s waaaaaay too repetitive. Now “last” year was different from “the middle”.
The first breaking point was in May. If you remember that was when I went to the Metallica concert. I still have the remains of the ticket, and I think I’ll keep it till it completely dissolves.
I was with people who are kinda like me – I can still hear the drum beats, I can still remember the whole day – and I think it was a milestone.
When it was over what I felt was kinda being reborn. When thousands of Metallica fans – including me - were roaming on the streets and quarter of the capital was closed down – it was just incredible.
When I got home from it my brother had about a dozen friends over – I knew some of them – who I know for a long time - asked - while he handled a beer - “Dude where have you been” – I can definitely say that my life changed.
Talked with them for hours, fainted to sleep – and at the time I wasn’t aware that soon the number of my friends will start to rise really fast.
The second milestone was at mid-summer – the ones I met earlier invited me to a party. It was incredible – made a lot of friends, and actually I figured, that that was what I missed from my life. From that point till late September I’ve been in dozens of festivals, and private concerts.
The next milestone was when I applied for a scientific group’s leader position – and I actually got it. In the same I applied for several other positions and to my shock - I got all of them – which is good – but it made me so much work, I was ready to die at the end of the semester. I decided then (another milestone) that I will resign from about 75% of the positions when my contract let me. I still hold the most important ones, but I don’t want to die in a heart attack so this was the better case. Believe it or not I’m not a workaholic but I got bored – so I applied for a job – and…. I got it So I’m practically back to busy-busy life – but I actually do what I love to do – and that is all what matters. However this new job has a really strict policy – which will change in several days – and I will have to sign the new one.
Another good thing what happened – if you know about it that I won in Opera’s guessing competition – and I’m waiting for it to get delivered. So far “we” (the winners) have been told that it will be delivered after Christmas to avoid postal delays. Well Christmas if over so “we” are waiting…
In conclusion "last" year was improving - and I'm pretty sure that this will be my year - so I'm looking forward to it