Looking at photos of steel buildings this morning gave me the inspiration that I need to come up with a new design. It’s for a website that we’re redesigning and it needs to have a techie look with modern and clean lines and shiny surfaces. I have an idea now which I will draw first before putting it into my computer. This made me wish that I have the latest Wacom tablet so it can automatically transform my sketches into vector format. It will definitely save me a lot of time so I can work on other projects as well. But anyway, it’s four months more till Christmas so I’m giving my friends time to save up for my present.
So many backlogs! I wish I can blog like I used to but work is more stressful these days and with not just one but two kids to look after, we even find it hard to take photos (except with an iPhone) let alone write. Good thing I managed to finish five photo books. At least, I have no backlogs when it comes to printing photos. We now have books for the kids’ first birthday parties, baptism, family photos and portraits. I am grateful to online friends for pushing me to finish these.
Anyway, my family and I are going to the beach in a few days. I hope it will be relaxing enough that we can forget the bad things that happened lately and look forward to creating happy memories again. I’m not thinking of resting and sleeping since we have a toddler and a high-maintenance, drama queen little girl but at least, I won’t be working and even if they all throw a tantrum, I have the view of the beach to calm me. Here’s to hoping!
It’s still too early to be researching about gusher pump. I haven’t had my daily dose of caffeine yet plus I couldn’t forget my bad dream that is relatively close to being a nightmare. Working is the last thing on my mind, let alone helping clients with their research when all they have to do is use Google. Pardon the mini-rant though. Like I said, I need coffee so bad. And I wouldn’t mind drinking something as creative as these:
Thanks to the number of Database Designer Jobs, my friend, who had no choice but to leave her crappy company found a new loving work family. She’s just so in love with her new company that it’s all she can talk about. I’m very happy with my current work situation which is why I want everyone around me to be happy in what they do. We can’t all have our dream jobs but a nice, comfortable working environment can definitely make up for it even if we’re not exactly crazy at what we’re doing for a living. A happy employee will work far better than a disgruntled one, after all.