Chin down, eye on the ball

An open letter to friends and readers of this humble [photo] blog:

Since the two weddings I photographed this past October, the busyness hasn’t stopped.

Interspersed between those bullet points is my regular work week, which includes my Managerial Accounting (102) class[2. I’m getting a solid C, and I could finish with a B — provided I do well on these last two quizzes and non-cumulative final.] and basic [film] photography class. I can’t forget the bouts of photo processing from Ginger and Joe’s wedding, in addition to recording songs for our EP.

I have one more wedding to process, and there’s two weeks until finals[3. The week of December 14th.]. I would say normalcy would return at that point, but what does that even look like?

While working on these wedding photos have been a good experience, I miss processing and posting other photos.

I know I should schedule time to post here once or twice a week. It would separate me from inconsistent bloggers. I’ll make a plan.

I can’t wait for free time to hang out, take more photos, and play some shows.

Until then, you can follow my random shenanigans on Twitter and Flickr. If you aren’t subscribed to my RSS feed here and you’re not sure how, watch “RSS in Plain English.”

Have a great Thanksgiving!

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

2 thoughts on “Chin down, eye on the ball”

  1. When all of your busyness dies down I look forward to seeing more regular postings from you. I always enjoy what you put forth. And I can’t wait to see some from the last wedding you shot. Are you planning on posting any more from Ginger and Joe’s?

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