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Day 2 – Shady Side of the Street

Took this photo with my new Canon!

Kind of on the fence about removing the date and time from it though – I feel as though it’s good for making me accountable for taking daily pics, but I don’t like seeing it on my pics. Ugh – lol

Anyways, I like this shot because I feel it best capture the bus commuters’ view where I live. Folks have NO IDEA how many stops are this close to the roads. There is maybe – maybe 4 feet separating us from the road while waiting on the transit, and the majority of drivers on these back roads are going 45 mph!

Sigh…as an introvert, I already have people issues. Dealing with this 2 – 3 times a day for 5 days does not help the matter. Before heading out, I have to prepare myself and constantly stay alert to everything around me – I’m always on the lookout for hazardous drivers, joggers, big semis, and other pedestrians.

And if ya’ll only knew how many I see NOT paying attention, adjusting themselves, talking on their cell phones, trimming their nose hairs/putting on makeup, or just being inconsiderate dicks…

Sigh. small rant over 🙂

In short, this photo showcases the not so pleasant part of taking the public transit. While capturing my idea of the phrase, ‘Facing the Road Ahead’ literally.

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Music has always been a part of me. No matter how many times I would try to pursue a career in something else I would find myself coming right back to it. So now I am done with running scared. I was all in on this journey. And I'm so glad that I saw it through, because it lead me to something that I love. Something that I didn't think was possible - the ability to become a self published author. For years I have written poems, my thoughts, short stories, and songs. Really it was just therapy to me, but now I want to see where else it can take me too. So I'm learning the social media ropes thanks to all these social media outlets. Also working up my nerve to face the networking scene for the artists and musicians in my hometown too. All with the hopes of connect with others who love music as much as I do. And to make some coin by music and write freelancing. Let's see what happens, shall we?

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