Why you haven’t seen an update here in a while…

August 28, 2010
50mm.7 - Conference room

Conference room at my real job

I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since an article appeared at here on iffles.com For those of you that are still checking the site or following the rss feed (or a fan on facebook!), I thank you for not completely giving up hope.

Unfortunately, my real job has gotten extremely crazy and busy in the past month or so, and I’ve had to work some very long hours (up to 15 hours a day), and all weekend long, too. I obviously haven’t had time to write here, but I haven’t even had time to take more than a handful of pictures all month, and that’s just crazy, so this work stuff better start wrapping up soon so I can get back into what I really love!

I promise I’ll be back with more Gimp tips & tricks, as well as what I’ve been reading on the internet, and, of course, posting photos from the iffles.com monthly themes group on flickr! August is almost up, so you only have a few more days to take a photo of reflections. I look forward to looking through them all, you guys are always so inspiring!

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  • Brian Cooney

    I feel your pain Jennifer... my company got bought out, and Ive been running at like 150% for the last 4-5 months.

    Hopefully things ease up for you soon.... It looks like im starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel on my work projects.. but I somehow wound up moving from PA to TX to get there :)

  • Don't forget the July monthly challenge first.

  • I'm still here, checking back every so often. I feel your pain as I will be experiencing something very similar in September. I have three classes to take for work in addition to my normal work schedule, mom schedule, wife schedule, and other extra-cirricular activities. I'm hoping I'll still be able to squeeze in some time for photography but well... gotta do what pays the bills so we'll see how that goes. Best of luck to you and I'll be checking in when I can.

  • Isn't it a shame when life gets in the way?!? It happens to all of us, hopefully it eases up for you soon.

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