Mr. P (my American Lit. teacher) warned me before break (three weeks ago) that I needed to start sooner than later on these pictures. I heard him loud and clear and yet somehow I didn't do very much. I could name a million excuses but what use would that be? It would really only help my procrastination skills, which clearly don't need more sharpening. But, I will say that I did continue to look for more ideas because it is really hard to find a decent picture to reenact in the Towers. So, technically I have maybe 15-20 good enough pictures to do out of the 50 that I have found. I want to have fun with this but I am a little stumped on how to break out of my box. Any ideas?
I'm still excited about this project. I have my doubts occasionally. I was thinking about the presentation that we have to give at the end of the year. Basically, that's when we declare whether we failed or succeeded. We declare whether we are good at sticking to the plan or if we're better at letting ourselves veer off the road and get lost. My point is I don't want to declare a failure, as much as Mr. P says it's okay because we can still talk that up a ton. I want to succeed. And that will be my motivation next time I get caught procrastinating.
Till next time,
- As I was adding the pictures I realized that the old one was taken January 11th or at least published then...My point is that today is January 11th...fait? I think so!
|Old picture from the Tower- Taken in January 1949|