Picture: Rugged mountain peaks coming out of the clouds along McGee Creek, Eastern Sierra, California
You know that feeling you get when you say, “I feel like my head is coming out of the clouds;” – that’s the way I feel right now. It’s a good feeling. I can’t believe it’s almost July, as the last six months have felt lost in a fog of work and personal stuff. I’ve wrapped up a number of jobs that I’ve had over the spring, and most importantly, preparing to deliver the final edited corrections on my manuscript for my seventh book project. The editing of this project was way beyond the scope of time I originally anticipated, but I’m really happy with how the content has come together. You’ll be hearing more about the book in upcoming posts.
I remember my mom and wife asking repeatedly over the course of the book production period, “Do you see the light at the end of the tunnel yet?” Unfortunately, for much longer than I thought it would take, I had to answer, “No, not yet.” Over the last three or four weeks, I finally began feeling as if I’ve walked through the other end of the tunnel, and my head is returning to normal after being in a six-month fog.
Now it’s back to more sharing of my work, new travels, making new photos, starting new projects, and hiking new trails.
I believe the technical phrase is: “Whoo-Hoo!”
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