I Breaked

Fred Einaudi, “Necropolis”

I got myself a job writing and driving.

The writing is a different style of writing where I try not to use adjectives, only purvey functional information and attribute people to the things they say and delete the things they don’t. I’m really enjoying it. I have a desk and an office and the people around me surround me with positivity and I fit in and it’s comforting. I like working hard and the work is hard and it is hard work, but good hard.

I also drive a lot. About two hours a day. I’m not sure if I enjoy this. I’m getting used to driving again but it is tough. I used to drive between Algonquin Park and Toronto four times a week. The drive itself is four hours each way. I liked highway driving…I mean I remember liking it…I think? Let’s hope those memory muscles kick back in.

I will be returning to The Interview Project next week when I get used to the temperature of the water.

“Blessed be the woes of men; the ones they run from and the ones they live in.” Kenneth Edward Toddley

Published by: thetrentwilkie

Trent Wilkie is a husband/father/writer/journalist/performer in Edmonton. Trent has written for CBC Radio, Fangoria Magazine, Edmonton Sun, Exclaim Magazine, Fort Sask Record, Theatre Network, The Edmonton Fringe, and is currently pouring his heart and soul into his award-winning blog The UnDad. As well, Trent has also been a wilderness canoe guide for over 10 years which he now considers therapy. Trent is also a member of Mostly Water Theatre, a sketch comedy troupe and has performed in a bevy of Edmonton International Fringe Festivals to varying degrees of success. When taking time off from trying not to be boring, Trent likes to relax while watching horror movies and trying to write the perfect three chord song

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