American Diversity Project

Exhausted. Missing the roach infested Blue Goose; a week-long home I won't soon forget. Thank you to Jim and Carla Winn for inviting all of us along to be a part of the project. Pikeville was definitely unlike any other place I've been before. Different faces, stories and challenges. People are much more private about their lives and trust you in a way that didn't totally resemble the hospitality of other places I've been. It was a great challenge in gaining the trust of people you only have a few days to spend time with. Things moved quickly and my brain and camera didn't always keep up. Wish I could have spent more time there. I've got a good fire under me now. Trying to keep the inspiration and motivation flowing now that I'm back at the office. Feeling very refreshed.

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leaving on a jet plane

rising before the sun on the 11th to catch a plane to Minneapolis which will put me en route to Louisville where i will depart another plane and find my way to a rental car which will carry me to pikeville where i will probably spend the night in said rental car until the gym opens up the next morning.

going to be in KY for ADP. anxious to get there. eager for it to start. a little sad to leave the photo boys behind (well not sad, maybe more filled with guilt for leaving them short-handed). excited to be in a new town for a week and curious about a region i've never been to.

i've forgotten about this blog for too many days in the past few months. and i think a lot of that has to do with me having a general feeling of "ick" when i go through my takes at the office. here's to some much needed -- and soon to come -- inspiration.