Wednesday, April 18, 2012

How It Feels Sometimes.


This was at the top of my walk on Canyon Road as I turned onto Alameda to walk along the river. Do you ever feel scrambled like this graffiti?

I should explain a little more in detail about the project I'm working on and my absence in the coming weeks. I am taking a Graphic Design class and our final is an 8 week long project that is stealing quite a bit of my time. Needless to say I might be a little hit and miss on your blogs but no worries, I am still here. Happy Wednesday!

28 comments:

Olivier said...

un projet intéressant. j'espere que tu nous montreras le resutat

Chrissy Brand said...

I like the explanation of feeling scranmbled- I guess I do feel like that but had not thought of the description before. A good off beat photo too.

Good luck with the graphics course-I wanted to be a graphics designer many moons ago...

Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

Cezar and Léia said...

wow it's really nice!I'm curious about your project.Good luck and don't worry about blog, in this moment you need to put all energies in your Design project!I'm sure it will be a wonderful success!
hugs
Léia

Tanya said...

ha, i usually feel a little scrambled when my alarm first goes off till i get that first cup of coffee! good luck with your project :)

Kate said...

Dislike graffiti very much! Hang in there, Randy; those 8 weeks will soon be just part of your past and it will be such a relief to have the project completed.

Judy @ daily yarns said...

Sometimes I do...

becky said...

Yes, i know what you mean! towards the end of the semester... so many things to do! I let many things fall by the wayside- grocery shopping, laundry, cooking... even hiking! *gasp*
I do hope your project is off to a good start & not toooo stressful. It will all pay off in the long run I'm sure. Just remember to breathe, and smile!
:)

Nancy Claeys said...

Funny how a little thing called Life gets in the way of blogging. Lol. I totally get it -- especially during spring.

Sharon said...

Best of luck with your project. I've had those "scrambled" days before.

Luis Gomez said...

I know how it is my friend! ;)

Lowell said...

Best wishes to you on your project. I think everyone feels "scrambled" at times but I'd like to scramble the brain of the jerk who did this. Oh, wait, he doesn't have a brain!

TexWisGirl said...

good luck to you, randy. yes, i totally feel scrambled...

Teresa said...

I do feel scrambled like that sometimes, especially when I haven't had my coffee in the morning...=)
Good luck on your project, but thanks for letting us know you won't be gone forever.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

Good luck, Randy! I bet you are an awesome graphic artist. We know you have a very good eye for photography.

Jarart said...

Oh yes, I feel like that quite often. But you have a reason for it and I don't. Good luck on that project.

Kathy said...

Perhaps by the end of your course you will feel a little more straightened out!

RedPat said...

I feel scrambled most of the time Randy!
Good luck with the project!

JD said...

Hey - I know how much effort you put into any class you take! Good luck. Your photos (and comments) have improved so much over the years! You rock!

Magpie said...

Yes, today is definitely a "scrambled" day. I believe you'll do wonderfully with your project. You have an artist's eye. (He might want it back, though.) Smiles!

parker said...

Wow! Sounds like quite a project. Scrambled? Just like my morning eggs!

cieldequimper said...

That is precisely how I feel just this minute...

Good luck with the class!

Eyeliquor said...

So we can expect some cool graffiti by Randy soon!

Regina K said...

Class projects and work can sure take a toll on ones self, this is an excellent analogy.

Michelle said...

Good luck with your project! We all feel a little scrambled at times, I think.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

From Chaos, you can find structure and reason.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I often feel 'scrambled' Randy. Your graphic design course sounds really interesting. Work hard, it'll soon be fini!

edgeindustrialphotography said...

sounds a great course.
I'm always impressed how you post every day!

NixBlog said...

Your project and schoolwork is priority #1, Randy!