Updated news time: It is currently my school holidays have moved houses! I am now closer near to Melbourne so that I don't need to travel 2 hours every day for school. Catch is, I am boarding with a family which is going to take a while to get used to, however should be lovely none-the-less. So recently i have been frazzled because of packing and deciding what to take and what to leave at my family home and within this I have also been none stop working for my theatre group whether it be for my public relations job or doing the lighting operation for their last show. But overall this is a really big change and step in my life, because I am no longer living with my mother and am independent. Even though I am living with a family I cook my own meals, look after myself, and now need to find a job!
I always thought that by the end of high school I would feel "ready" to move out, but I don't think you ever can be ready because it is such a change of environment. I am currently experiencing all those feelings of "i'm too young for this", but at what age would I feel that I'm not?
So you can all probably relate to those moments when it feels like there is no time for anything and you are holding 50 different objects in your hands - well that is now.
Because I only have a week left of my holidays and I have a theatre audition tomorrow which I am constantly rehearsing a monologue for, I have 2 ushering shifts at an arts park, and of course my homework which is learning a scene and monologue. Between this I would like to say "yeah i am catching up with all the friends I don't get to see during school term", but honestly I sadly don't think there is time.
Gemma's current state of being: frazzled.