I did 30 minor-ups at work on Monday. I feel like i am swaying from side to side way too much. There isn’t really enough room at my workstation, but i had hoped to do some while were were slow. After 30 i was starting to feel the burn.
I wasn’t sore on Tuesday, but i was ill.
On Wednesday i never had a chance to do more that 6-7 before i was interrupted. I did about 15-20 all together, trying to sway less, but i didn’t really feel like i was getting anywhere. I’m not sure that this is helping my running form at all. /: I may rethink this goal, going to look at my barefoot running book for some pointers.
I’ve done this before, participated in memes that lasted for 30 days and the like. This time i want to post something to my LJ or one of my blogs at least once a day for 90 days. I seriously need to start writing again and i think that this is the best way to set about doing that. I probably won’t begin in earnest until after the New Year, but this is definitely something i want to accomplish soon.
I took a photojournalism class using this camera, and have really enjoyed playing around with it from time to time, but it wasn’t until my vacation to Washington DC this summer that i really came to appreciate my camera. It finally feels like i can use it to just point and shoot without ever needing a flash or easily switch to manual for some more artistic shots. This was a big investment, and i’m proud of my camera. I saw someone else with the same or a similar camera at one of the museums and realized that i felt like i was part of a special club. I don’t have one of those dinky digital cameras that takes grainy photos with a flash that’s always either too bright or too dim! I take beautiful photos as long as i take a little extra time, and i save money on film that i never can seem to get developed, like with my old drop-in film camera. So yeah, buying this camera was totally worth it, and i look forward to using it in the future.