I was down on one knee taking this photo, and in my peripherals, I could see people giving me weird, questionable looks. I now remember why I enjoy photography.
My first term of college is over! I scored an 80/80 on my last essay (the topic was ironically ADHD), and I aced the other three essays as well.
The start for my college career has been exciting and successful, so I look forward to what the future brings me. Also, having a class above the library is awesome. (at MHCC Library)
When I was a kid, covering the distance between myself and the cart return was the most exciting part of every shopping trip.
I’m still that same kid. (at Bi-Mart)
This photo is the result of waiting for a thirty-minute interval bus line.
I was waiting for 28 minutes. (at Portland Art Museum)
Today I was given an often forgetful piece of advice, “Enjoy yourself. If you live life seriously, you aren’t living your life at all. (at City of Gresham)
All the complaining in the world will not make your life better. I admit to having struggled with this myself. Instead, you must choose to make the best of whatever the situation in which you find yourself. (at East 148th Avenue)
It’s been four weeks since my last photo, and this picture itself was taken six months ago. HOWEVER, I promise you, of all activities that I procrastinate, my studies are not on that list. College is busy and awesome, and while I’d love to share more, I kind of have an essay due in two hours… (at CareOregon)