Flexing my design muscles

Posted on Jun 1, 2009 in Thoughts

I know it sounds cliche, but I feel like I’m living happily ever after. Not the happily ever after where you’re rescued by a dashingly handsome prince on a white horse, from a burning tower where you’ve been captive by an ugly troll for the last five years of your life; but close to it. The part that’s been missing for so long, I’ve found it. It’s being taught to me every day at VFS. It’s being cultured to be the very best that I can be, and I’m enjoying ever second of it.

Well, perhaps not every second. When I get my filming releases in late, and I’m either not getting an answer or being told I’ll have to wait one month for an answer when the term is over, those seconds aren’t so nice. But the rest of the 59, 400 seconds (that’s 16.5 hours) in a day are filled with so many great things about design, project management, self improvement and bits and pieces of this wonderful city that I live it, they more than make up for the few trying ones. Hard work, and little sweat on the brow never hurt anyone. I’m happy to report that I’m just at the beginning of a long marathon and I’m pretty confident I’m going to finish with more eagerness than I started with. I’m flexing my design muscles, and while they might be sore right now, they’re gradually getting bigger. Just wait and see, I’m going to be ripped by the end of the year!

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