Day’s Verse:
God makes a home for the lonely
Psalm 68:6

Do you ever have one of those days where you wake up and firmly believe that this day will be exceptional? Because today will be such an exceptional day, I’m going to take you along with me to see what I see and do what I do — via some of the 224 pictures I took over the course of my day. Click here to download the PowerPoint, but I warn you: expect long download times, because it is enormous.

I only hope at least one person looks at it, because I spent about three hours making the whole thing, besides suffering from numerous glances ranging from annoyed to curious and having some people on one of the busses mutter touristas in a scornful manner that made me want to hide my camera (which I hung around my neck all day for ease of picture-taking). In fact the day was exceptional because two groups of people who barely know me – the London guys and the Commonside ladies – both procured chcolate cakes with candles for my birthday today, and the ladies even signed a card. So it was a good birthday, although I would have liked to spend it doing something else, with someone else.

4 thoughts on “Day in My Life

  1. Haaaappy birthday! Accordingto your documentary, you seem to spend roughly 2/3 of your time on the train. My personal favorite picture, though, was the de-toweling. It looked very movie starish except not. However did you manage that shot?

  2. I held the camera in my right hand and randomly pointed it more or less at my head while I was bending over with my hair hanging down over the lens. Unfortunately there’ll be no repeating that shot.

    And yeah…it does feel like I spend most of the time on the train. I acutally worked at Commonside from 10:20 – 4:20 yesterday, though. It’s just that there’s less to take pictures of there, and people are more reluctant to be photographed.

  3. Haaaaappy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Kaaatieeeeeeee, happy birthday to youuuu!!

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