Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2006
Well then... This has been an interesting experience. MC and I are regrouping and trying to hammer out some specifics but looks like we are landing in a good place.
Yeah, I'm afraid I'm going to remain mysterious for a while longer - too many things hanging in the balance to throw out all of the details.
Currently my time online is EXTREMELY limited, mainly because we are in a place where dial-up is currently our only option and I discovered (to my dismay) that my cut-rate computer tower doesn't have a modem on board. Ergo, I'm borrowing a computer from a very generous friend.
Suffice to say we've got a roof over our head, food to eat, and other than some sore muscles from packing and unpacking ad nauseam for the past several days, we're fine. I've got some job leads but more than that, am really praying for a big change. I do NOT want another radio job. I'm too burned out for words here. If I never see the inside of another radio station, it's gonna be far, far too soon.
However, the bills beckon me and if that's what I have to do, so be it. Much as I hate it, I'll do whatever I have to do to make it work.
We're mulling over some thoughts with our remarkable hosts and while nothing's written in stone, there are some very interesting possibilities out there. Just gotta get them lined up and played out. If they work like we think they will, we'll be sitting pretty in a matter of a few months. It's unfortunately the immediate future we've gotta look out for. But I still believe everything happens for a reason and I am still IMMENSELY glad to get the heck out of the previous fiasco.
Before - After
In the grander scheme of things, no soul can truly be replaced. Each one of us has a place in the universal tapestry. We each contribute our own color and texture. When one thread is snipped too soon, it distorts all the threads around it. Other lives can unravel and tear. If the wrong thread is ripped away, the whole fabric of life becomes dangerously fragile.
- LeiLani, aka Radiogurl aka Bright Opal (1957 - )