I really do like it when people tell me about themselves. It doesn’t matter what, it can be about their day, what they did that they found amazing, what their hobbies are, etc. I like knowing about people, in a way, it makes me feel like they trust me. You’re not bothering me with your rambling, I actually prefer to listen.
so these past few days have been extremely productive.
I’ve still been high everyday, but I’ve gotten shit done.
AND, I got out of my comfort zone and helped a guy in my class with his shoot. I ran sound and held the boom. I was okay at it (I hope I didn’t completely fuck up his sound) but I shined the most when I gave suggestions. I had some pretty good ideas if I do say so myself, and he wound up changing his cinematography because he liked my ideas better. We were working til 2am.
And today I got some books to start my proposal for my research paper, got two of my midterm papers back, an A and a B.
And I got my housing confirmed for next year, so I don’t have to worry about that…
And tomorrow I’m gonna get a tutorial on color correction, and hopefully get most, if not all of my editing done for what I have filmed so far.
And I wanna buy my Courtney Love ticket for this summer already, but I have to make sure other people are going…the one in Anaheim is on a Saturday, so I don’t have to miss work.
Feelin’ good. =]
have this patch <3
be still my heart
For a series entitled Bottom Feeders, New York-based ceramic artist Mary O’Malley created a variety of wonderful porcelain teacups, saucers, teapots, and vases adorned with and inhabited by a variety of “porcelain crustaceans.” Mary’s pieces don’t appear to be made by hand. Instead they look as though they spent ages on the ocean floor where they were overtaken and inhabited by all sorts of undersea creatures before being brought to the surface for display.
If you head over to Mary O’Malley Etsy shop you’ll find many original pieces from the Bottom Feeders series available for purchase. They’re perfect for your next underwater-themed high tea or a meeting of your local Lovecraftian