work term is great, and the time is flying

photo-2 photo-3 photo-4 photo-5 photo The last two days have flown by. Seriously, I am not quite sure where they went, so it’s good that I have photographic evidence!

Because I’m just not happy when I’m not blogging, I decided to write this quick post just after supper + showering, and just before finishing up a job application. (Which is just before a glass of wine, and then bed.)

I don’t actually have much to say, because I don’t know how much of the stuff I am working on for the Gaelic College I can share just yet — such is the nature of the graphic design business, I guess! Promotional stuff must be kept secret until it’s meant to be released.

But something I’ve been getting up close and personal with that I can share, is KitchenFest!, a brand new festival this year on the island. The materials I’m working on aren’t done yet (posters and some ads), but I’m working with some stuff that Margie has already designed, like the logo, and existing ads and posters, which is really rad. I get to take her InDesign and Photoshop files and work with them, and see how she sets them up and the little effects she puts on things. It’s such a great learning environment, for sure! And the other folks I’ve met so far — Gail, Jenny, Jenn, Rodney, Colin, Joyce, Darrell, Rita, and Laurie — are all super nice and sweet.


And then the sun came out at the end of the workday today, so that was nice. 🙂

Alright, onwards and upwards! When things quiet down a wee bit, I’ve got a great new piece for the Risk Taker series to (edit and then) share, and a post about my new 30Walks adventure to (write and then) share, and some posts to write about the books I’ve been reading. Whew! All good things in time, right? Or, something like that.

I hope you have a great day!

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2 Responses to work term is great, and the time is flying

  1. I want to work there too. 😉

  2. Rhonda H. says:

    Sounds like a fun work term! And it is lovely to see the snow melting! Enjoy your time there! Maybe in your spare time you will learn Gaelic! (hahahaha)

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