Or How I Learnt To Stop Worrying And Love Procrastination

Monday, January 15, 2007

Like the warmth of the sun...

It's been a while since a proper update. Here we go.

Emily has arrived in London. There was a golden year there when we worked at Warners and we used to joke around. Being back at Warners and having her around, it feels both comfortable and frighteningly familiar. Even the desks and the atmosphere are kind of 2003.

We went to great New Years party that was as random as it was fun. The highlight was at 5am, when we had no idea how to get home and out of nowhere the clouds parted and provided us with a cab.

Since then work has definitely kicked into gear. Been spending a lot of time at work but that is fine, it's keeping me occupied. I'm living 5 minutes from the office so I can go home for lunch, and sleep in til the absolute last minute.

I have been having a few sleepless nights. But I'm definitely keeping busy. Meeting lots of people, going to drinks and parties, but not many gigs yet. I have tickets to the Fratellis and Ash at the moment. The weather has been quite mild and if anything negative has to be said about the whole thing, it's that it already feels quite like a normal life.

I miss the travelling quite a bit especially now it's warmed up. Had a long chat with Adrian and he helped me realise that maybe staying in London for the next three years or whatever may actually be a worse case scenario. And I can't forget Europe is just across the water. To that end, this morning, I booked a Eurostar to Paris and will stay the weekend. I love Paris.

Otherwise London has been lovely to me. I'm in Kensington and on Sundays I walk through Hyde Park into Soho. I've been gawking at guitars and MacBooks. Yesterday I finally went to the Tate Modern, which I can only describe as breathless. Photos when I get my new laptop, don't you worry.

I've also decided to explore British culture more, now that I'm hear. I re-read the last Harry Potter, and started on a John Peel biography. I've been watching This Life. Listening to the radio. Getting into the vibe. I have lots of books I will finally read - Trainspotting, Saturday Night And Sunday Morning, some Sherlock Holmes.

Today I'm at work, trying not to drown in it. My feet hurt from walking. But it's getting better all the time.

Danny
London

1 comment:

Laurachel said...

hehe wish i had a work 5mins away! whats with london--- my friend went on a european trip as well and last i heard she was also working in london-- there heaps of jobs there or somethin? :P