5:00 a.m. Curses! I’m up 45 minutes too early!! Attempts to fall back to sleep? Futile.
6:30 a.m. Hang photography on the walls at Tony’s Coffee in Fairhaven.
7:30 a.m. Start worrying about the public scrutiny of my babies (cause that’s how I feel about my work!)
Photo courtesy of Andy Phay (aphay.com)
8:00 a.m. Head to Facets training with delicious coffee from Tony’s and the best blueberry scone I’ve ever had in my life!
11: 45 a.m. Drive to Mount Vernon with David to do a speed photo walk over lunch.
“Art Imitates Life” …Even the driftwood seemed in a hurry to get somewhere today.
Sunny 16 co-founder leads the way back to the car…and back to work!
12:49 p.m. Walk in a tad late to Facets training. I’m starving, but realize my hobby is now more important than food.
1:10 p.m. Get called into my boss’s office – to be told I get the day off tomorrow so I can spend time with my brother and his family! Yay!
4:30 p.m. Leave work and take the long way, stopping to take a picture or two.
David says, “Make something ugly look beautiful today.”
6:00 p.m. Arrive home to play with pictures.
6:30 p.m. Suicidal fly drowns himself in my wine glass. Jerk.
Overall mood? Satisfied.
4 thoughts on “The Long Road Home”
Great job! Would love to visit the coffeehouse. I think it’s great, the way you presented your day! Love your writing. Love your photos!
Wow, thank you for the compliments! Getting all those photos ready to hang was quite the project.
Excellent photographs today Jolene (cept perhaps of that one dude walking…). I plan on making it up to that coffee house sometime soon, how long are your photographs going to be on display?
Thanks David! They’ll be on display the entire month of September.