Just as I thought I was going to finally resurface this weekend for some sunshine and no transcripts on my plate, I’ve been dumped with a big slew of a back-order from last summer. *shakes fists* Continue reading
Scarborough, Ontario. December 2015
Twisted: This doggie’s neck when turning to look up at me. 😀
I never thought this day would come. I’m burnt out from doing transcripts.
For the first time in my steno career, I’ve been inundated with transcripts for more than two months… I feel like I haven’t stopped editing or scoping transcripts without a full week in between to rest or have nothing at all Continue reading
Sunnyside Park, Toronto. May 2018
The most recent photo I took of some liquid:
Sunnyside Park on a pretty and sunny spring day in Toronto with Lake Ontario shining in the distance.
Toronto, Canada. April 2018
Steno is on my mind this morning as I had just posted a great video explaining it on my social media channels. I’m an introvert so I really like watching others and observing what goes on in the world. At work, this is exactly what my “place in the world” is. I sit at the head of the table and I watch both sides of legal counsel duke it out. I don’t need to say anything. I simply watch, listen, and take down everything they say verbatim without judgment. My place in the world is a role as a Continue reading
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Toronto. April 2017
I feel like this week’s challenge of “unlikely” makes me think towards the more pessimistic side of things. You have to look for the unlikely chance of something happening, which is usually something negative. (I can’t seem to think of something positive right now at least.) In the aquarium where dozens of people visit every day and expect to enjoy the wonderment of the underwate Continue reading