Last night I caught ECID over at the Triple Rock. You have no idea the amount of motivation I had to muster to get out of the house. But the basketball games were finished (yay Shockers!) and I knew it would make solid photos. And plus I hadn’t shot a concert in almost a full week! I was feeling a touch lazy.
So I made it out, scored a great parking spot, and shot away. You can see the full results here.
Today, it’s supposed to snow again (hrumph), but we’re gonna try to get the collie out for a walk before it gets too bad. And other than that, I’m gonna get off the computer and maybe cook and watch TV and live life like I used to do before the internet. Or something.
Oh! But before I forget! I owe you my internet share of the day. I have pondered posting this article all week on my blog because… well, it’s a touch negative. It’s a story about why a very successful young reporter decided to leave journalism.
With our new computer system at work and the extreme amount of shifting duties, I’ve pondered this post a lot this week. And since I’m still thinking about it, I thought I’d share it. I think it offers a pretty great explaination as to why newsrooms are so hard to work in these days, and the comparison of her journalism job resembling a bad relationship really hit home for me. You can read it here.