Thankfully the Blizzard of 2013 has come and gone, and only resulted in a brief 8 hour power outage. I thought it’d be fun to set up a timelapse of the storm. I set it up on my Canon T2i and had it run from 8:30am Friday, February 8th, till the 3pm the next day. Unfortunately, I still haven’t picked up an AC Power Pack for the camera, so I had to stop 2 separate times for an hour to charge. Despite that challenge, I think it does a good job representing the ~2 feet of snow we had dropped on us over the weekend.
The video was linked to by WBUR (Boston’s NPR Station), Watertown Patch, and the Watertown Tab. Thanks to all who checked it out!
So, its been officially three months since I’ve been back in Boston, and its been a rollercoaster ride looking for some sort of normalcy. A little more then the first month I spent working 7 days a week, after that ended, I found myself participating in any social event I could. There are huge differences between here and New York, but, I’m definitely happier here now then I was before I moved to New York.
Moving to New York changed a lot, and I grew a lot as a person. I’m using a lot of what I learned here.
I’ve got myself busy with a lot of different projects. When I was in New York, I was working very long hours sometimes 7 days a week. The motivation I had before I moved was gone, now that I’m back, I’m looking for that motivation.
Like I’m always saying, I’ve got a ton of podcast ideas, one of them coincides with my new web project, Lonelyreviewer.com, but more news on that as I develop the concept.