I'm in the club, too!
Too late for that, it's not under control, hence the thread lol. What do you do when it is a problem?Drumming for you is a passion, keep it under your control to make sure it does not become a problem.
It is my business and that's why I can be late. I always call and tell them that I am running late and will be there in an hour or whatever, they are happy that at least I inform them and they are not stuck wondering if I will showSounds like a pretty good life to me.If it's your business, how can you ever, possibly, be late? You simple need to re-adjust your "starting time" according to your lifestyle.
my deadpedal makes a great high hat practice pedalMuch of my job is driving, my average day is between 3 and 7 hours behind the wheel. Most times I can practice one hand stick control, on the country straight roads, the knee steers and I get both sticks up. The dashpad is a very realistic drum feel. Sometimes I love my job.
As long as your significant other is human and you're not dating a wooden mannequin. Ouch, think of the splinters.Ah yes Swiss, my other wood related project. Maybe I just have wood fetish issues. Come to think of it, I'm replying to you at 04:45AM. Problem? Nah, not seeing it!