So, I have been talking to my mom after a concert we went to one evening. I was very enthralled to get to talk to the members of one of my favorite bands since I believe I saw one of the members randomly where I worked at on the morning he was leaving. I can't say I was starstruck, but I was certainly surprised. Being a creative person, I always felt in my heart I would end up with a musician for a significant other one day; heck, I even started picking up violin for kicks since January and have been doing that on the side. But back to the conversation with my mother. In my mind, the idea of getting to travel with my significant other and see new places and things seems very ideal. So, I wanted to put my feet back on the ground with my mother's personal experiences with my father--a musician. She seemed to have felt of playing second fiddle. Now, I won't go into great detail for personal reasons, but it got me thinking as if creative people ever would put second rate on loved ones in their life because they were too busy with their dreams. Would it be better if both were artistic people? How would a person just simply put them on the back burner? My mother is not considered a creative person in the sense of art, writing, or music, so I don't know if her experiences would be the same as mine. What do you think? Do you have loved ones playing second fiddle in your life?
Listening to: Get on Outta Here & BZRK by Family Force 5