This is going to be very brief. I have a silly amount of things that really need to get done and even though I haven’t managed to carve a half and hour out to write a blog entry in a while… tonight isn’t going to be that night either.
So in brief:
Photography is going extremely well. Shooting with my new muse on a regular basis again and it’s my favorite thing to do these days. I promise we’ll have images to show soon. We just want them to be right.
French. Wow. Being back in school has really spun my head around. I showed up for class the first day without a pen or paper, honestly, because it didn’t occur to me to bring anything. I got better and I’m keeping up in class even though I could really use more time to do homework and review what we learn every day… did I mention the class meets every day??!! But I’m feeling good about what I’m learning.
I haven’t been on the scale in about a month or so, but my clothes seem to be continuing to be looser. All that through the holiday season too. Not bad Billy. Walking, walking, walking. Even in that blizzard we had last week. Five miles today in the cold as well. I’m damn serious about this. Fruit and veggies, fruit and veggies… and a bit of meat here and there… mostly there on the meat though.
I wish I didn’t have to sleep. Too much to do and just not enough time to do it. It’s probably the only frustrating thing in my life right now. All I want to do and just not the time.
And on that note… gotta go. Thanks to everyone who’s been reading and those who took the time to drop me a line. Believe me, I’m surprised at how many of you there are out there. Past and present people in my life. It humbles me.
Today’s image is a favorite of mine from way back. I don’t think I’ve ever posted it on my blog though. I call it Man with Umbrella in Pompeii. Not staged. I have no idea who the man is. I was exploring the historic ruins of Pompeii near Naples, Italy one very rainy afternoon when all of a sudden the rain stopped and the clouds broke. I managed to get off three pictures while he still had his umbrella up. One of those moments that only come a few times in your life.