The slogan of “time flies when you’re having fun” might be true, but I can’t say that I’m having fun at the moment. The end of the year is the most busiest time for me and if I blog less then you know why. I would say that I’m a procrastinator, certain things that I should be doing early I waited till the last minute and turn in before the deadline, and as for me it is December 31 before midnight. I guess I would turn into a pumpkin if I don’t make the deadline, but I don’t dare test the power and here I am working diligently on it.
Our work place used to be a relax and casual environment, and now it’s very stressful (for me anyway). It seems that I’m always racing with time, but that’s the least of my problems. I’m always up for the challenge. I think most problems can be solved if you think outside the box, but most people only think inside the box and they get frustrated because there is not a lot of room to work with. It’s nice to have friendly and funny co-workers, but I’m sure they probably think I’m the funniest. I took these pictures of them a while back and they probably wondered when I would blog about them. The most recent picture was of Lee who is Hmong-American. This was meant for my portrait assignment and I explained to him that this would be posted on the Internet and I needed for him to look serious. He must be thinking that millions of girls will be looking, and probably drooling, so this is what I got. *sigh*
My main goal for this portrait assignment was to take portraits of various people from different ethnics. My other co-worker is Caucasian, but she refused to pose for me. This snapshot of her was one that I took last year on her birthday.
Anyway, I didn’t complete my assignment as planned. My other co-worker was more than happy for me to take her picture, well her webbed toes. I took this picture in May of this year, this is the first time I have seen anything like this and she is planning on getting a tattoo on her twin toes. Can you tell that I work with real nice and friendly people? 🙂