I keep myself #Booked & #Busy 🚨‼️ After Sumter’s first Annual FASHION WEEK IS #BYLU LIONHEARTED FASHION SHOW ‼️ I’ll be modeling & @hairgossipco will have a VENDORS TABLE 💙
Purchase your Hair Gossip & Co. Paraphernalia EXCLUSIVELY at the show ‼️
Busy week/end comin up.......🎸🎤 Wednesday ~ Running our fortnightly Open Mic/Jam night at ‘The Red Barn’ in Shrewsbury from 8:30pm.... Friday ~ Acoustic set at ‘The Seven Stars’ in Shrewsbury from 9pm. With Peter Jones on lead guitar.... Saturday ~ Running an Afternoon of Live Music and family fun day at ‘The Punch Bowl’ Inn (West Felton) from 1pm... Sunday ~ Running an Afternoon of Live Music and family fun day at ‘The Beacon’ in Shrewsbury from 1pm...
Then off to play at ‘The Salopian Bar’ in Shrewsbury from 8pm.... Monday ~ Running an Afternoon of Live Music at ‘The Red Barn’ in Shrewsbury from 1pm... Going to be a good one.... See you there....Stay Cool ✌️#gigs#robbiejonesmusic#robbiejonesacoustic#shrewsbury#shropshire#livemusic#livemusicafternoon#openmic#openjam#bankholiday#busy#itsonlyrocknrollbutilikeit#wearethemods
Lately I’ve been hearing people my age talk about how they feel they don’t fit in anywhere. Adulting is hard for a lot of reasons and our society doesn’t set us up to get through it realistically without some major upheavals. It’s hard to find friends when you’re an adult because we get so used to the school system and our extracurricular activities, always being around peers, and we just don’t have that when we’re older. We have coworkers (sometimes), but it’s totally not the same. This experience sucked for me for a minute, and a little bit before I had this I felt like I was going into crisis mode because I didn’t think I had a group of people who were just like me that I could really connect with. I’ve met some great friends as an adult, but I started thinking about how diverse my interests are and realized there’s just no way I’m going to meet a few friends that share these qualities. I’m heavily invested in dancing Cuban salsa and met some wonderful people through it. But, few of them share the same environmental passion/vigor that I do. I love gymnastics and my fellow gymnasts, but few of them are interested in animal rights in the way that I am. I love wearing heels and adorning myself in too many rings and bracelets, but I love running around and work and getting sweaty. I love puzzles, smoothies, gardening, details, painting, PnLs, flowers, reading, organizing, cooking, laundry, working hard af, swimming, counseling, photography, Harry Potter, oceans, fashion, writing, candles, research papers, trees, jewelry, weightlifting, dogs, and a whole lot of other things. We are so used to categories, stereotypes, some of which have truth in them but they limit us and force us to believe that we have to find one to fit into. I’m highly extroverted but I’m retreating inward so that I can have the space to learn what is most important to me. My life is shifting and I’m building my new schedule around my needs until I get a solid rhythm before I add in my social needs. What I’m doing now is a lot of reading, housework, cooking, and writing down lists and plans (to-do, budget, habits, holiday gifts) so I can figure out what works and what doesn’t. You won’t fit in.