I am very introspective after battling the flu. Also, I bought my first hula hoop at UtopiaFest. It’s that kind of place. I’ll see you there.
My life is in a good place. I am in a job I can’t wait to get to each day, I love my Austin city life, and there is some damn fine music being created every day. Except some things just don’t feel right. Maybe it’s because I spent the past two days in a heap of phlegm and flu on my couch, getting up only to make myself a cup of tea or spend the kind of quality time in the bathroom that no one really ever wants to spend there, but despite how great and stable my life is, sometimes things still feel like they need sorting out. Perhaps being all alone with the flu exacerbated that disorder of my system that can’t be fixed with with Mucinex or vitamin C. It’s more of a soulful sorting that needs to take place and the remedy, as corny as it will forever sound, is music.
Music has always fixed the things that don’t ever seem like they can be fixed. It gives me reassurance to the questions I can’t help but put out to the Universe. And when my soul is an especially brewing tempest, I am lucky that I live in a place where there is always a music festival around the corner. Because no matter what, everything in life can be figured out when I am dancing in my bare feet under the stars, camping with friends, and being completely embraced by incredible live music.
I’ll see you at Utopia Fest in 2.5 weeks! Things will get sorted out there. Souls will be calmed. It will be amazing.