I’m sitting in Barnes & Noble Café with my soon-to-be-5th-grader who is self-entertaining with this month’s edition of Girl’s World while I try to get some work done…i.e. knock out this blog post. This is how a large percentage of our summer days have been spent. (Now that Matty and I are both self-employed, work-from-home, grown-ups.) But the spans of boredom are outweighed by the perks that come from neither of us having a “real job”. Not many families get to have a midday trip to TCBY for Waffle Cone Wednesday, or a quick hike at Paris Mountain, or a bike ride on the Swamp Rabbit Trail, or just simply have lunch together on the front porch, or, or, or, or….
Yes, the trade-off is the security of regular income. Have no fear, friend. I realize this. (The Lord does, too…as He and I have regular conversations about it. LOL)
And, while I love the “looseness” of summertime, I find myself missing the structure that comes with school days. (I’ll deny having said this come October.) School starts in three weeks.
I think we’re going to be okay.
I should probably write about some Fuzzy Bison stuff since that’s more than likely why you’ve landed here. I’ve been working on some logo projects recently with some great clients. I’m going to take the next couple of blog posts to write about each of them as they were all equally fun and rewarding…
- Appalachian Inspections : A home inspections business in Western North Carolina
- Spicy Puppy Studios : A music production conglomerate specializing in audio production for film, television, and worship, with 5.1-7.1 surround sound and spacialization capabilities
- Elberon Amplifiers : An amplifier engineer/builder bringing quality, handmade audio products to musicians and music lovers alike…focused on delivering the best experience through clean designs and superior sound and tone
Thanks for hanging out and check back in soon!