Did I say something in the last post about taking my obsessions and doubling down on them?
I made a second PGO user and as of 16 hours later it’s at level 8. And a diff team than my main player.
On the walk this morning I realized why stop at two players? Why not a smurf of each team? If I can get them up to level 8 in less than a day…
Fovi8 backend is going to go through a major testing phase when this writing session ends. New photos from a variety of users, entered into a contest, judged, and stats calc’d.
Photographed a singer yesterday who has left the neighborhood meetings. He was still very raw over it, releasing a very emotional album that really puts himself out there.
Courageous, and at the same time I’m sure it will upset many of his fans still in the neighborhood.
He got choked up talking about parts of it, as he still hasn’t figured out what will replace the neighborhood in his life.
A friend from the neighborhood: “I was wondering if you’d mind if we could grab some lunch or dinner this week someplace. i was hoping we could chat about where you are in relation to (neighborhood). I really miss seeing seeing (sic) you and your family there and know you’ve told me a little aboiut what’s going on but I wanted to just talk and get a better sense of it all if you don’t mind. If it’s too personal I understand and this isn’t like some well thought out discussion with an agenda. I honestly just think there are things you have to offer those (neighborhood) and vice versa.”
We had that dinner the other night.
My thoughts are, it’s interesting how the more progressive and open-minded people are curtailing their neighborhood involvement. This means the neighborhood meetings get less and less open minded.
The time we previously spent in the neighborhood meetings is now spent walking seven miles in City Creek Canyon together. It is breathtaking, and I am madly in love with L, 27 years on.
The other day we had my little nephew over for the day. I tried to find kure kure takora on youtube, but it wasn’t there. So I found the greatest show for a little boy – MXC.
He was laughing at the people falling into the mud and getting crushed by giant boulders. I was laughing at the double entendre’s that give the show the added edge.
Then my other nephew showed up, who’s a teenager. And he laughed at the people falling into mud as well as the double entendre’s.
Yesterday I published the ninth custom-design article for the main client.
Lots of thoughts on this, lots of frustration at the slow pace of improvement there.
The office is a place of silence, some of m
Focusing on the work. Photographing two soccer games today. Will be a good day to clear the mind.