Sunday, March 25, 2007

What A Surprise!

Hi everyone, this is Sheila. I have decided to do a guest post on Nash's blog because firstly, he said it would be a good idea, and secondly, I felt like it. During my break in the blogger world I've been fretting about Anna Nicole Smith's baby's paternity test and then been awoken by Nash coming down to Melbourne for one of his famous visits. I say famous because everyone who we know loves it when he pops up out of nowhere and its usually unexpected, fun, hilarious, and even reassuring. Our friendship has probably spanned 25 years or more. We know each other well. There is a sense of relief sometimes when I see Nash. Its something to do with that you see where you've come from (loony teenager buying a Psychedelic Furs album from Nash while he was working at Han's Music Spot to being a mum that has mostly peanut butter and sauce smudged on her t-shirt without knowing it and secret ambitions of doing things that have still yet to surface in the real world). I feel young. I think Nash and I are still young but with that great feeling that you've probably been through a similar crisis before (together or seperately) and managed to live through it mostly unscathed. We can talk about most things - Nash has just mentioned that he wished we had done a painting together this morning (I have to go home to the little ones soon) and now he's threatening to cut his own hair. The sun has peeped through and it's promising something.

Saturday, March 24, 2007


I've arrived in Melbourne and already broken the drought. It pissed with rain last night after months & months without a drop. The parks and gardens are happy. I'll see what else I can fix while I'm here. Might work on the man drought next...

Friday, March 09, 2007

it's about time

Some old friends and I were talking tonight about people we know and what they're doing with their lives these daze, how far they've come. I believe everyone of us has a moment when our time has arrived. Some of us have to wait longer than others, some of us may not recognise opportunities first time round that could lead to that moment, but eventually the universe will allow us to reach a place in our life where we get a chance to shine, to arrive. I'm still waiting and learning patience at the same time. It's not always easy, but I'm prepared to continue along on my merry way

In the meantime I'd like to sing you all a Dolly Parton song, but my karaoke machine's on the blink so you'll have to come back another time...

btw the pic is a 12 bulb hourglass

Thursday, March 08, 2007

i woke up in love this morning

Last night I had sex with David Cassidy. Yeah, okay, it was in my dream, but it makes up for the lack of horizontal action in my waking life. Hey David, I think I love you so what am I so afraid of...?

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