Today is my last day on the job. The 9-5. The grind. The bullshit.
It’s over. Yay!
I am kinda nervous, but not really. I think it’s just a buzzing energy. It’s the one time in my life I feel like I have complete control over my future and I have the most confidence in our success.
And what’s so interesting is that people are coming out of the woodwork. Last night I went to a happy hour with a co-worker and a designer we worked with. It turns out the designer’s husband was the guitarist in the DC band the High Llamas. No, not that band, the DC band. The best-man in her wedding was the drummer from Government Issue. Yeah. Fucking DC Punk Rock Royalty. I love it. But he has a small studio in his basement and we’re going to talk shop soon. And then I get home and the guy who bought our iSight from craigslist shows up. He’s a IT guy from Discovery Channel but a musician at heart, so we talked for a while about recording music and distribution and studio.
I tell you, this is the best decision we’ve ever made. You know, next to getting hitched.
And this weekend is Kris and Michelle’s wedding (they got engaged at our wedding) and like the tradition we started, it’s gonna rain like a bitch. Nothing like good Jewish tradition. Bring it on!