I’ve begun to travel down the road that is my third year of university, I’ve started putting on gigs at a small venue in Epsom and I have made friends with a few fantastic dogs.
It was Hairy Mouth’s second birthday at the start of October and like most proud parents, I forgot. Summer changed a lot of things for me and showed me a way of life I hadn’t even considered would one day have an affect on me. Blogging became less important and the feeling of homesickness set in as each week progressed. I wished I could have seen my parents more, but appreciate every single moment when I did.
New friends have been made over the past handfull of months, and much like previous years, old friends have passed. Yet, all the while there has been a force more powerful than (nearly) all human emotions which has stuck with me through every waking moment, of every single day. Music.
So far, 2012 has been a great year for music, and my enjoyment of listening to it has developed even further than I ever could have imagined. I’ve experienced some incredible records, witness a couple of breathtaking moments and felt my pulse slow down with a few simple words.
Now, as the Winter months set in and the temperature begins to sink, my love for songs will once again flourish along the same old walkways, through a different window of the changing season. Visual simulation is likely to enhance my listening experience for some of twenty-twelves best albums, which I have already fallen in love with, and the visual representation of the last remaining months will surely enrich the listening of new ones.
In other news, November will soon be here and you can expect to see some more of me. I’ll be taking part in Movember this year in the hope that I can raise some money for charity (CLICK HERE TO SEE MY PROFILE).
If you feel like donating a couple of pennies that would be awesome, or if you’re feeling brave, join me in cultivating a truly dashing tash in aid of Cancer Research. Because let’s be honest, cancer is rubbish.
Erm, I don’t have much more to say so I guess I’ll leave you with a simple fair well. Let’s not leave it so long next time.