It’s 9pm in Toronto, I’m heading out to see the Beauties at Dakota in a little bit, to do some homework, research and get a dose of inspiration. And Then tomorrow I have my 3rd week at the Cameron House before I get to come home for a little stint of time on Tuesday morning which I’ve really been anticipating these past couple of days.
My show in Wakefield was beautiful, the venue was basically crawling into the waterfront, located right in front of a lake, and hillside cottages in the blue openness, perched alongside abandoned train tracks.
I saw 3 hawks that day, and then one on the bus ride home to Toronto. I felt like I was in B.C. for a few seconds or my parents backyard, and it was nice. The show was quiet, but filled me up. A big thanks to Neil and Wendy who took me into there home in Ottawa for the night, and drove me to the bus station. Those two were saviours, as I was about to hitchhike from Ottawa to Wakefield!
Everything here is so fast paced, white noised out and hard to keep up with. I have yet to find silence which is something Ive always known that I cherish, but I’m realizing it is almost a necessity for my sanity, heart, head and health. But I’m learning through the challenge. And looking forward to unwinding from the buildings come Tuesday morning. Then back into the thick of it for my final Monday in May at the Cameron, which by the way is my favorite venue in town right now. The staff, the people, the vision is top notch and it sure is a treat to be part of the merry-go-round!
Today, I visited the Medieval Times with the Six Shooter office, it was fucking nuts and pretty funny. Like watching Merlin in real life, horses, sword fights, kings and queens, the whole deal.
See ya on the flip side