So I’m sitting at work and I’m supposed to be entering grad photo orders or something and instead I’m listening to a playlist on Songza called Lazy Summer and wishing I had the inspiration to keep all the social media accounts I have updated. Like, maybe if I took more pictures I could keep my flickr updated, or my facebook photography page, or tumblr for that matter. I have a problem coming up with content on even a semi-regular basis.
But instead of fostering an active online presence, I’m struggling to be a person in real, non-virtual life. Like last night when I returned to my car after an evening of deck times to find the door partially open and my belongings riffled through. Miraculously, my brand new Canon, which had been sitting in the back seat under my jacket, was somehow still present. I could have sworn I locked the door. This kind of thing coupled with the fact that I sometimes find notes I’ve left for myself at work that I never remember the context or intentions of kind of proves that some focus is in order.
Also, Saturdays are the best, no matter how scatterbrained I may be. That is all.
I went on flickr today for the first time in forever and noticed that they’ve made some really interesting changes. The photos are massive and the photostreams look gorgeous. Going to try and keep mine updated.