Last changed: Jun 20, 2008 10:01 by Liz Argall
Last night I handed the office keys to our new manager Colin Grant. I am officially no longer the manager, just a mentor, odd jobs gal, brain download gal for the next week or so. It feels very strange, liberating, sad, exciting, scary… the next chapter is opening and will be managing my own business, employing myself full time in a few short days. It will be wonderful to be able to have that in full focus, rather than stealing seconds from here and there. It’s wonderful to honour my ambitions and after laying lots of ground work and fall back positions just go for it.
I’m excited about Warehouse Circus’ new manager, I think he’s got the nitty gritty capacity and the big dreams, soul food stuff. He’s not afraid of big ideas, hard work, asking questions or talking to people.
It is such an exciting time for Warehouse, lots of stuff coming to fruition after many years of hard work. It’s going to be wonderful. New manager, new accommodation so very soon, a new life opening up for us.
ACT Writers and Readers Festival
I’m looking forward to the festival this weekend, volunteering and participating. Nothing like volunteering to do stuff to feel at home and get comfortable. I nearly signed up to volunteer for San Diego International Comics Convention, but decided I had to stay focused given I’ll be traveling half way across the world.
Speaking of Comiccon, it’s less than a month before I go America for Comic Con and World Con. It’s exciting, it’s scary, it’s wonderful. Part 3 of my Ozcomics articles on Comiccon series will be going up just before I leave. Wish me luck! There is so much to do, so much to complete (professional work as well as going overseas for a month stuff) and I’d like to go down to Shoalhaven and help Dad campaign for the mayoral seat before I go as well. It’s all coming together nicely, but I am a worry wart sometimes.
Lots of love to all