The story of how I decided to write Aged Care was very much an act of faith.
I was in my early twenties and had a very high level of anxiety, I felt like I had to make a statement.
But I had no idea what I wanted to write about, and what I didn’t want to write.
The idea was for me to write something that would be really personal and about me and that would bring me into conversation with other young people.
It was a really good idea, I think, and I was lucky enough to get the funding.
I’ve always loved writing about myself.
I think that’s something I could never have imagined doing.
But, like many writers, I realised that I had a bit of a gift, because I had never really explored it.
I hadn’t explored it in any meaningful way until recently.
It’s something that I’m grateful for.
I feel like it’s a bit like being a writer of art, I suppose.
It brings out your inner soul, and the beauty in people.
But what I’ve found, over the last 10 years, is that I’ve realised that it’s something you can really connect with when you write about your life and your experiences.
That’s what I think Aged Cares is about.
I really think it’s about a different kind of writer.
It wasn’t about a young person coming into a situation, a young man going into a world, and writing a story.
It didn’t start with a young woman, a writer or a poet or a musician or anything.
I wanted someone to write a story about themselves.
I didn, and when I did, I found it was not as good as what I’d written before.
But that’s OK.
I’m happy with where I’m at.
I don’t have any regrets.
I did the right thing.
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