|Current mood:|| tired|
|Current music:||string cheese incident, little hands|
I have had a long day of work. Waiting tables. 10 hours. My feet ache, more like throb with pain, which makes me think I should get insoles in my shoes. Yes, I think that would be a good idea.
There are a few things throughout the day that make me laugh, though. Like how it is sunny one second and then raining another (we have to take the windows out, since we are an open-air restaurant), when people put ice cubes in their wine, at this guy I work with who is hilarious, and other incidents that would be properly labeled "you would have to have been there" to get the humor. This one couple kinda bothered me. They were clearly the most conservative, "lawyer type" people you would have ever seen. They were talking about law school, European vacations and he was wearing a pink polo. She drew a cloud on the paper tablecloth. I wanted to help her be creative, find that creative energy, burst out of her bubble, but I couldn't. They were nice. TOO nice. Basically one dimensional. Thats it. They lived, or at least were perceived in one dimension. I see many people. You can tell when someone has depth, layers, myseries to be solved. These people didn't. Maybe they are really good at hiding things. maybe too good?
Anyway, I think that I am going to make some photography assignments for myself and complete them. I want to do more black and white, manual photography. I haven't done b&w in a while so it should be fun. Any suggestions? I have done portraits, night shots, "never seen before shots", panoramic collages, hand-colorings, landscapes, and others. I want to try something different. Let me know if you have any ideas.
I am going to go put my feet up.