Posts Tagged ‘procrastination’
Q. What’s this “commission sale”?
A. I’m sellin’ shit at half price!
A. Mind your business.
Q. How do you benefit?
A. You pay less for it!
If you’ve longed to have a Beth original piece to adorn your walls, storage unit, or trunk of your car, NOW IS THE TIME!
Email me and we’ll get this shit started!
I haven’t had a chance to update at all, lately.
I recently had the opportunity to shoot at a fund raiser for My Possibilities, a local non-profit organization that helps adults with disabilities. I met some really awesome people and got TONS of photos (approx. 400+) of the event.
Editing said photos has been eating up most of my time. As well as shooting/editing/sending off photos from the City Council Meetings (more on that, later).
I promise, once I finish the remaining 101 photos, I will be posting more content, as well as updating with some of my own art. ^_^
In the meantime, I’ll leave you with a gift: pictures of my super-cute dog, Ollie!!
What lucky people, you are!
I finally had time to go through my external drive and copy over photos to re-edit in a higher resolution (i.e. bigger, clearer). That pretty much means going through and finding all the originals, resizing them, touching up (if necessary), and putting borders as close as I could to the edits I had uploaded years ago.
I’ve edited one, so far. Only 1,599 to go!
I cleverly also uploaded a second version (cropped), so instantly I have two photos instead of just one! HOW AWESOME AM I!?
**Answer: Pretty awesome.**
Well, Husband and I have been settling into our new loft apartment. We’ve been here a little longer than I care to admit, and are slowly working on unpacking while stepping over piles of broken-down boxes (and using some as makeshift tables).
In moving in, we had a vague idea of what we wanted to accomplish with our space. Since it is a loft, we don’t have rooms per se, or even too many walls. We thus have to create “zones” in the large open spaces (whatever that means). Super-supportive Husband has come to the conclusion that I should have a perfect work space first and foremost, and then a living area can be put on the back-burner (or eliminated altogether).
With the bookshelf, couch, and an array of desks, we managed to make a really snug area for both of us to work.
It’s messy. So as soon as I muster up the courage (motivation) to actually straighten up, I will provide pictures.
UPDATE 3/10/11: Nope. No pictures, yet.