Keepin' On

Man...there's an endless amount of work to be done. That's a good thing!

I'm doing what I can to get the word out about the new record. I try to post something on a new site every day, make posters, book a show, etc., etc. There's always something else to be done. A couple of nights ago I stayed up until 5 am with my buddy John Shipe, mixing his new record. So it goes.

I was thinking about the workload; wondering how it might translate into a more viable music career, wondering if I'm spending enough time doing the right things...it dawned on me (again) that I am lucky to have so much on my plate...I get to play music with great people quite often, and I only occasionally have to do non-music related work for money. Not too shabby!

Point is, it's all about spending time doing what you love. Yes, it's a cliche, but it's true.

I'm going to walk the dog now.

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