Well, this morning, we packed up the AIDS quilt. It definitly is a lot quicker to pack-up than to set-up. In any case, I feel like I set the bar pretty high the last couple of days with photos and words and this is all I have for you today...sorry. It's been a while since I've posted my uninteresting life, so it's back to reality, or so I hope.
I'm looking for a sense of normalcy now and something a little more familiar than I feel like I've had the last few weeks. I also realized this is the last month of my photoblog project. I'm not sure what will happen come January 1, 2011, but I know I need to make sure December goes out with a bang (today is a FAIL).
All I have is a fire alarm in Wilson Hall. However, this evening I did go to a great improv comedy show on-campus that addressed issues of consent, sexual assault, and knowing how to read those signals. It reminded me of these couple of posters I found a few years ago that I still think are great. I did not make these posters so please don't think I'm THAT creative, but I think it sends a powerful message.
I hope tomorrow will be a little better (photowise).