A dialogue between artists.
|<b>||A:</b> I just have this dream of us, her drawing and me building her a desk...<p><b>B:</b> Can you build furniture?<p><b>A:</b> Well no...<p><b>B:</b> Then, stop there. Let's work on that part of your fantasy. Learn woodworking, learn a trade, get a degree. Any woman wants someone who has more to offer other than playing a guitar, or in your case, drawing and doing things for her.<p><b>A:</b> I just want to meet her and get to know her, and how she draws<p><b>B:</b> If all she has to offer is being pretty and being able to draw then she's not the answer to your problems, and you aren't going to "save her" Talent's not worth anything if you're not applying yourself, can't hold a job, or at least keep a phone line connected.<p><b>A:</b> So you don't think art matters?<p><b>B:</b> Art is everything, but I've spent years honing my talents and trying to monetize them. You'll always be an artist but be an artist with a job, and one day you can be a man who has somewhere else to take girls at the end of a night other than a tiny room in his parent's house.<p>|
|A:||You don't think she's worth it?|
|B:||Right now I think very few people, including us, are worth it.|
I still party too much,
probably drink too much, stay out too late, and work too many hours, but I’m paying my bills and slowly getting out of debt while helping my family look for franchises to invest in together and get ahead.
And I’ve added Insanity on top of my bodybuilding regimen to meet the fitness goals I’ve set for myself.
I can say I’ve been neglecting my musical projects lately if only for a little while to get every other part of my life on track but I’m still always thinking about what I’ll record next.
I know it may not seem like it, but I truly am doing the best I can to get better.