A strange week and would you go for it?
Me, too, and also on the 'worst case scenario'.
tigger;281248 wrote: I tend to work on the 'if you give it a go and it doesn't work out it wasn't meant to be, but if you don't give it a go you'll never know' approach
What's the worst that can happen to you?
You loose 2 days worth of pay from your job.
You may have to spend 2 months away from home.
I'd say yes. You wouldn't have applied and posted here if you didn't want to do it.
if you don't it will always be an "IF ONLY" and life is too short for that
Leonie & Zoo!!! :silly: :woohoo:
I say go for it! lifes an adventure.
North Wairarapa on 30 odd acres of paradise.
I couldn't agree more, I don't have a sweet tooth so never experiment with deserts
I'd LOVE to see you on it though!!! I'd suggest learning any of the basics that you don't already know. Filleting a fish, handmaking pasta and pastry, deboning a chicken, and some dessert basics (that's where I'd fall down - puddings).
Simkin. I like the idea of doing it, but I have a very serious fear of failing (in life in general), which usually kicks in just before I start something, I tend to quit so that I can't fail. It is often when fairly close to success. I almost became a professional opera singer, but stopped just before as I could not face the fear of failure. Same goes for this. At the moment I think I have the courage for the audition, but not sure I could take getting my hopes up if I got any further.
I have accepted the audition invite, i probably will go, but won't let myself try and believe it will be more than that.
It's making yourself take one more step when you're not sure you can that's really difficult. I don't know the answer, as sometimes I've done it, sometimes I haven't. Admittedly, the times I've stepped forward, it has been successful. But that to me just means shorter odds of of failure in future, so it's harder and harder to do as time goes by.
Even if it doesn't, what have you got to lose?
45 hectares between Whangarei and Paparoa
Herd of Registered Dexter cattle
New Hampshire Red poultry & Dorking poultry and Sicilian Buttercup poultry
Pilgrim Geese, Appleyard Ducks.
Polled Wiltshire Sheep, both black and white
An old Heading Dog called Lad and a cat called Pusscat,
jen (returned to townie life)
12 dogs, 6 cats, 1 x Hereford cross /Cassie/Casserole, 7 girlie sheep and of course Rambo and IggyPop! and chooks!
Applications close oct 16, so still time to enter if others want a go
You Live and Learn, or you don't Live Long -anon