I was lucky enough to run into my wonderful friend, Kate. She showed off her new poster from the merch booth.
I think I need to start getting better at taking my own advice and allow for some personal time. I’ve been throwing myself into my school and magazine work so much that was forgetting that I’m allowed to enjoy myself every now and again. Fortunately, I’ve awesome people like my friend, Lucy, who messaged me late the other night asking if I wanted to check out a live performance of one our favorite audio series, Welcome to Night Vale.
A night of getting out of the house with a friend, and seeing some of my favorite actors performing exclusive material was exactly the pick-me up I needed. I’ve been feeling more relaxed, and more importantly, more productive for a while now. I’ll have to make it a point make mental health more of a priority. Maybe I’ll even make more time for blogging again.
If you’re in the Kent area, you owe it to yourself to check out Breakneck Acres. It’s a small, local farm out on Summit Street, and they have some of the most fantastic food. I’ve done a video on them before, but the farm has greatly expanded since then. There are more chickens, different meats, and even some baked goods now. You really can’t beat them for buying local food.
I wound up using my camera phone to shoot some spot news of a nasty car crash the other day while on my lunch break. Thankfully, there were no fatalities in the wreck. You can read the full story and see my photo at the link to the Stow Sentry below:
I started a new job last week that’s working me pretty hard. The money is alright, but it doesn’t leave much time for shooting. I’m still managing some projects, and even a shooting wherever I can. I shot this with my phone on my lunch break after the snow flurries on the area started to melt. I absolutely love reflections like this.