Brad here. I’ve spent the last few weeks reflecting a lot on the next steps of Super Adult; where I want this thing to do, what I want it to sound like, what I want it to feel like to step into the studio and hit record.
I’ve been afraid I’m taking myself a little too seriously lately.
Maybe that’s not even truly the case, but it’s felt that way. And feeling like it’s become too serious has been mentally taking me out of it and keeping me from wanting to do it more.
I don’t want to pretend to have all, or any, of the answers you need. But I can promise the answers I have, and my vow is to keep this motherfucker light. Life is heavy, change is all-encompassing, and I want this podcast to be an escape from the realities of your existence to feel apart of something more apathetic/useless than our worst selves. To share in that commonality, the human condition of wondering what in the fuck it’s all about, and laughing over the conclusion that there is no answer and no wrong path to take.
So thanks for bearing with the hiatuses (hiatusi?) these past few months. It’ll get less frequent, I promise. Let’s have some fucking fun, dumbos.
On this week’s upcoming episode, we’re going to talk about the comfort zone whilst sending some well-wishes to a good friend of the program. More on that real soon.
In the meantime, let me leave you with a quote I’ll pick back up during our episode. Til then, folks..
“Someone once told me the definition of hell; on your last day on earth, the person you could have become will meet the person you became.”