I got time.

NaBloPoMo_PHOTODuring the month of May I’m doing the NaBloPoMo challenge–blogging every day of the month on the theme of photos.

Today’s prompt: When was the last time you asked someone to take a picture of you?
Photo: Your Time

I’m a bit of a photo hound, so every time I’m out with friends I’m having pictures taken. Luckily, most of my friends like to take pictures or have their pictures taken too. I love having a visual record of the good times. People tend to think you won’t forget them, but not every ‘good time’ is necessarily an occasion, and many times I’ve gone back through my photos and was reminded of a good time that I’d forgotten about. It’s a nice little jolt of happy and puts a smile on my face!

My time is largely taken up by three things: writing, working, and having fun. Writing is a big deal in my life and takes up a lot of my ‘free time.’ I don’t mind it though, writing is a joy for me. Although going to a day job sucks, I love my coworkers and what I do to make money, so it’s not that bad. And having fun is the best–I love to go out, hang out with friends, go out for dinner and drinks, and to all sorts of events and entertainment. My life is busy and fun!

Here's to the good times.

Here’s to the good times.

And the happy work times.

And the happy work times.

4 comments

  1. I too like taking photos of good times. Not big on having my own photo taken, but I love to be reminded of good times. I often will do something and get home and remember I took no photos, then be really upset with myself.
    Oh, and your computer photo reminds me of the photo shoot I did with my Underwood typewriter, Apple IIe computer and current laptop. Writing is as much a part of my life as is having fun. Well, writing is fun.

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    1. I’m the same! I’m usually the picture taker in my group of friends and my best friend always says “I’m glad you take pictures because I’m sure someday down the line I’ll wish I had pictures of this.” Somebody has to do it!

      Oooh, that sounds like fun! Many generations of writing utensils!

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  2. Hi Megan, glad that you enjoy your day job. I love mine too. I’m not sure that even if I could make enough money from writing that I’d want to give up going into the office a few days a week, I think I’d miss my co workers.

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