Working between two cities is anything but accommodating. Don’t get me wrong, I love being the busiest I can be, however, it’s difficult finding time to get everything done when you have to be in that city to do the work. Thus, it’s 3 a.m.
(this is my first blog, sorry Deb and Brandie)
Don’t you think gas should cost less? Where did all of my favorite button-downs go? Don’t you think that the editing software should allow me to export my final product once I’ve completed it? Why don’t things just work?
It’s okay I wasn’t expecting an answer.
Truth be told, I am loving my summer, I could not be happier. I do love being a reporter, although when the right people for the piece never want to talk to you, it does get frustrating, but people understand and you make-do. My most recent piece is proving difficult, but that’s not to say that I don’t love the challenge. I think this is where I’ll stop tonight’s post and end it on a Luke Bryan quote, “don’t worry ’bout nothing, let it go see what tomorrow brings, don’t worry ’bout nothing, pray about everything.”
And if anyone could help me on a -1 error on Final Cut X, I’ll give you a cookie.