Today starts our new schedule at work which means that instead of working 16-hour shifts on Monday, I will now be working a 16-hour shift on Sunday and another on Wednesday along with a Thursday evening shift and, until we get up to staff, six hours on Mondays thrown in for good measure. Overall it's not a bad schedule at all but it's going to require a little bit of creative thinking on my part when it comes to posts as blogging is strictly forbidden at work. That means I need to do some pretty simple posts on Sundays and Wednesdays and will do my best to catch up to everyone else the following days - provided I didn't try to sneak in an extra shift down at my second job somewhere in between all this!
After giving it some thought, I've decided to start my own weekly feature on Sundays called "Picture of the Week" as it will be quick and easy - once I decide what picture I want to use - and additionally gives me a good reason to go out and take more photos! Basically, I need a hobby (photography) to help out with my hobby (blogging)! Not a bad deal, eh?
This week's picture is going to be one that I took in relation to my Saturday post about Fort Griswold. I took this shot the night I was out taking other pictures of the battlefield from the legal side of the gate being that the park closes at sunset and even though the gates were standing wide open (I don't think they're ever closed), I wanted to respect the hallowedness of the grounds as well as obey the laws of the State of Connecticut. Besides, an awful lot of people died on that battlefield and who knows what might be out there? Exploring after hours might be cool but not by myself!
Everyone have a great Sunday and I will do my best to get to blog rounds either late Sunday night or Monday evening - depending upon whether my visiting cheeky Brit has finally shown up or not; she's got me on pens and needles wondering when she will show up!