I feel like I’ve told every acquaintance since purchasing my ticket, so if you don’t already know, I will be in attendance of this year’s Splendour in the Grass. And I will be camping.
If you’re unaware, it’s a 3-day music festival taking place in the beautiful Byron Bay parklands. It has captured the hearts of 35 thousand people who worked way too hard at securing a highly sought-after ticket.
However, in my excitement I forgot that I have no idea what I am doing. I don’t know how to camp.
Over the years, my parents (owners of O’Shea and Dyer Townsville Law Firm) have given me many beautiful travel experiences. None of which included camping. I suspect this is because they don’t quite consider it a beautiful experience.
So I’ve been asking around O’Shea and Dyer Law Firm Townsville for some hot tips.
Bridget suggested a cooking device. To this submission I replied with, “Ah yes, a bunsen burner would be handy.”
The O’Shea and Dyer team really enjoyed that response. Sometimes my lack of common sense is a real burden and other times it brings a lot of joy.
In my defense, it probably would come in handy if I was roasting individual chick peas.
So yes, this might be the bitter sweet end of my blogging career. By the time this is posted on our website I may have passed away from a rampant case of Athlete’s foot that I’ve contracted in the bathroom demountables; or malnutrition as I’ve eaten raw unrefrigerated sausages on moldy bread for 4 days straight; or maybe constipation as I have a spiritually defining case of stage fright; maybe paranoia as I’ve been forced into wearing the same set of underwear for the festival’s duration or perhaps my death may simply be a case of girl found frozen in her sleeping bag.
But it is Byron Bay. So it’ll most likely be an overdose on secondhand grass fumes.
Dumb ways to die, so many dumb ways to die. Good song.
Anyway, I figured if this is my last chance to impart some wisdom through the art of the written word I’d love to share some final words with you all. I say that as if my words are art and there’s a lot of people reading these blogs. Funny.
Regardless, I have enjoyed every second of my time working for the Townsville Lawyers at O’Shea and Dyer. Most people can’t say that about a job. And whilst I’m getting paid to endorse this business, I am completely genuine on this topic: O’Shea and Dyer’s quality.
They have thrived on word of mouth for 30 years. Our clients are recommended by previous clients; out of the mouths of babes. O’Shea and Dyer Townsville law firm are experienced, affordable, committed and have a genuine desire to help. And honestly, I don’t think much more needs to be said.
Over and out. But hopefully only temporarily out.