Yeah. I said it, but it was a teaser--and a lie. I don't even remember what I was going to write about, because it really wasn't that important. Oh well.
It's my day off from work today, and I have been busy running errands, and trying to get started on other projects that I have been putting off. Monday's will probably always be my day to get things done because Tanner is at work and so I have to spend the whole day just chillin' out.
Went to the library and got three books "The Case Against The Direct Election Of The President: A Defense of the Electoral College" by Judith Best, "What it means to be a Libertarian: A Personal Interpretation" by Charles Murray, and "The Wal-Mart Effect" By Charles Fishman. Some heavy reading, I know, but all very interesting topics. I think that I should have taken out a fiction book too, to balance things out, but maybe I'll get audio books and listen to them in the car on the way too and from work. That would certainly be a better use of my time than listening to music.
Oh well. I've got my computer up and running again, just about everything is back to normal, including my harddrive which I had thought had died! I remained positive, and it turns out that it is working again. This time, however, I will burn backups of all my photography and other data. My new DVD burner is working famously, and I've ordered some new DVD-Rs to complete my backup process. Apparently my old DVD burner was crap. Not really that suprised, since the computer actually called it "GENERIC DVD-R/RW BURNER". Hahahhaha. Whatever.
I helped out with Auburn Adult Ed graduation on Friday night, it was a truck shoot, so we brought the truck (actually a van) out and set up three cameras in the ELHS gymnasium and shot the event live. It was nice to do that again. But not terribly exciting either. Lewiston High School is having their graduation tommorow night, but I'm not sure I'll make that one, because I have work the next morning.
Other than that, I'm still fledgling along with ideas for my film productions, and I have gotten a little jealous of people who are doing things like making films this summer. (Thanks, Facebook, for showing me how much cool stuff my friends are doing while I am just working.)
What else? Well, there really isn't much else. I'm still trying to get back into touch with my creative self, the self that was willing to take risks, fool around and make something stupid just for the sake of making it. Wish me luck.