I’ve had a rough couple of weeks at work, with long days chock full of unusual queries and requests for lots of research done on an extreme rush timetable….which creates lots of loose ends that are a bit difficult to keep track of. Some of it’s kind of fun, figuring out new things. Some’s just work.
But I’ve gone out early each day for the past week to get a solid start on my 10,000 step daily goal and it is transforming my attitude. No matter what happens, I have images in my head–and sometimes in my camera–that I would not have otherwise captured.
Among the nice house in Toluca Lake, this lovely ranch style spider home.
That magnolia tree bud thing that BikerGrrrl IDed last week, on the tree. You see evidence of the flora that inspired the Craftsman movement in architecture all around Southern California. I love it.
The light will never be quite like this again.
I’m walking during some of the time I was reserving for writing, so a shift is still going on. My new writing group is inspiring me, though, and I feel a new project in the making along with the many I touch on at any given time.
I have long felt that I had to devote myself to just one writing project at a time, furiously, but this little book Steal LIke an Artist by Austin Kleon was offered as a KIndle special last week and I’m reading it verrrrry slowly and it’s loosening up some of my sedentary processes.
It’s good to keep moving.