Saturday, November 08, 2008
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Chamber Break

There were tons of work yesterday, but the not-so-good news is the government agency where I have a consultancy can no longer afford me. So it's either there will be a drastic change in arrangements for next year or I may have to give this up.

I don't know what will happen to that and there will still be developments next week. But I think I already see the exit door in this one.

This will be the end of my stint in government as I have vowed to immerse myself in private practice after this. I'm actually there, believe it or not, to help the one that got me there, to help him stay out of trouble. If legal and budgetary constraints will prevail, I cannot force myself into an impossible situation. I will still help him, though, but only in a private, limited capacity.

Fortunately, the firm has a lot of big prospects that are about to bear fruit this month, making the financial contribution of that consultancy irrelevant. And I am truly grateful for that.

Anyway, I got a lot of practice shots in that consultancy's office and I found a lot of willing subjects. They were utterly surprised what difference a superior camera makes. Then, they promptly posted these pictures in their respective Facebook accounts.

I just finished our chamber session and yes, I'm back to my first love for today: playing the flute. I'm also glad we already have a cellist. And I'm equally surprised what difference a cello makes in our chamber group. It's simply magical.

Got to rest up for choir later this evening. I'll post something later... probably...

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