Even professionals have a life outside their work and I don't mind sharing some of mine with you. Although photography is a passion of mine, I have many different interests.
Some of the photos in this blog are taken with a cell phone, so try not to be too hard on the quality of some of the images. Most of my professional work will be marked with my signature watermark.
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Just an awesome couple of days
The happenings of this week are not anything that would make the average person jump off their chair, but I am pleased at the way things have worked out in recent days.
Monday I published an article on Examiner about a puppy taken in by Caruthersville Humane Society. He was found wandering the streets with his head swollen and infected from chemical burns. A news reporter from Channel 8 (ABC) in Arkansas, read my article and promptly called the shelter and requested an interview. (which CHS eagerly agreed to.) It made me feel good that 1. I could help a shelter get the word out about their situation in the financial ruin we call an economy, and the good work their shelter is doing. And 2. That other people in the news industry actually read my articles! Bonus all the way around.
While I was out and about today I bumped into a shelter volunteer from Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary and she had this adorable blue-eyed little girl in tow. At first I wondered if she was scared as she was acting a little shy and most young dogs in public are outgoing. Turns out she had just been picked up from the vet where she had undergone a spay earlier in the day. She wasn’t being shy, she just needed to sleep off that nasty ole’ anesthetic.
I didn’t catch her name, but this lovely will be available for adoption through the Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary (Jackson, MO) in the coming weeks. If you are interested just call them and ask about the little blue eyed baby and I bet they will know who you are talking about. I’ll get details on her soon and pass them along.
I finally got to see the new location for Busch Pet Products in Cape Girardeau. I hadn’t been in the store since it had moved locations although I have followed their progress for months on Facebook.
The new store is fantastic with tons more square footage than before and Stacy has a few interesting events coming up that’s sure to be crowd pleasers.
And on my way home from the days adventures I enjoyed the natural canvas of the back roads of Southeast Missouri. It’s an awesome way to unwind. I am always amazed at how breathtaking the skies can be around here.
Even with a cruddy old highway in the view you can’t help but be taken back by the beauty of the skies.
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