Yesterday I could have sword that I almost died from caffeine poisoning. Today I suffered from caffeine poisoning hangover, of sorts. I was a crab and as “unenergetic” as I have been in a long, long time. Luckily I warned my students, especially in the afternoon, and they did a fantastic job of reminding me why I do this job. Even on my worst days, it is next to impossible to stay in a bad mood for long. I did muster up enough energy to run three miles worth of intervals when I got home from school. I now have energy, but I see an early evening in my future tonight.
Photos of the day feature the second part to my son’s concert shots this weekend. I know he’s been busy as he enters the last two weeks of school. I am looking forward to what he has in store for the rest of the week. My photo is from breakfast with friends at this restaurant that is a twist between modern and retro. I saw this family sitting across from this and the segmenting of thirds led me to take this photo. I wished I would have worked this a little more, but I can’t hide behind the guise of being a professional photographer anymore. So when I take photos, there are days I feel like an “old dirty man.” I know I could explain to people what I’m doing, and I have before, but it still feels a little “creeperish” to me. Oh well, I know the truth.
Breakfast in Thirds
Until Next Time,