Gary Numan in Adelaide

I had a pretty incredible week. Since grasping that massive anxiety is making it very hard to work on my business re launch, I’ve been able to be very efficient and get a lot done. I’ve also had some great nights out with friends. Thursday evening, for my birthday I was given a ticket to the Gary Numan concert. I had a blast! What a fantastic night! It was such a pleasure to see people who felt so at home on the stage, utterly enjoying performing. It really reminded me how much I miss out, it’s been many years since I was involved with theatre and productions. I so enjoyed doing a body painting and poetry reading performance recently, I’m considering finding a place where I can do something like that regularly.

Local band Izera opened on the night and they were great.
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I was at the front of the stage and able to photograph Numan and bass guitarist Tim Slade through the smoke and lights. The song line up was excellent, although I did wish that one or two favourites might have been played. Watching Numan song The Unborn live – a song about the loss of his baby girl, made me weep. I find it amazing that he can open up those feelings and then let them go again for a concert. Beautiful.

Our new work routines are finally starting to settle in and I’m really enjoying not working through my evenings and weekends! It’s been wonderful to socialise and see art and hang out with great friends, and I’m feeling excited and rejuvenated. Happy happy.

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