Reworking the days

Modifié le : 2016/09/18

I am already fin­ish­ing almost two weeks with my new employ­er. It is easy to imag­ine the change of rhythm, the new time col­ors. I also had to fin­ish, in the evening, the work of my for­mer clients. They were under­stand­ing and I was able to com­plete the projects.

I would have a lot to say, but right now, I’m just tired. The 180-degree turn was smooth. New habits quick­ly take root. I like walk­ing to work in the morn­ing. Bare­ly thir­ty min­utes, the sun is still shin­ing in front of me. The sweet Sep­tem­ber air accom­pa­nies me.

I could do noth­ing but work and, this week­end, went to Que­bec City to meet a friend I had­n’t seen in 30 years, who has major can­cer. I went with… my first love from thir­ty years ago. Dou­ble reunion. I will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to come back to that.

I did­n’t sing, I could­n’t sing. Tomor­row, I appear before the pro­fes­sor with­out hav­ing been able to repeat any­thing, espe­cial­ly since I am fight­ing against the virus­es that the sev­en­ty employ­ees of Spiria seem to be hav­ing fun dis­pers­ing into the air by sneez­ing one after the other.

I’m not in a cage, I’m on a diet in some­thing new. The dust will fall off soon enough, I will be able to take the time to pho­to­graph life again.

I’m hap­py with what’s hap­pen­ing to me. The only dis­ap­point­ment : VLB has decid­ed to delay the pub­li­ca­tion of my nov­el until autumn 2014. I would have had this text in my hands for a long time. Hap­py, they say, is the one who knows how to wait. For the moment, I only want to sleep and dream about a calm, spread out hori­zon with reg­u­lar pay. Who will live, will real­ly see.