kim faires photography + stuff
Hump day ends with a burger.
A squished, sloppy, all-in-one, nutritionally-scary, quicky meal, wrapped in a pale, partially-translucent, square of waxed paper.
Paraffin paper! — the parchment is a large part of the experience of the fast food burger.
It adds auditory satisfaction to the unwrapping of the meal. It catches all your drippings. And then it puts a period to the meal’s end when you crumple it in your hands and toss it in the garbage.
Week 5’s been a busy week of long hours deliberating over and executing the minutiae of getting a small business up off the ground and running smoothly.
It’s been some kinda good, messy fun — it’s hard work, and it can be scary, but it’s also wrapped in the satisfaction and freedom of working for oneself.
It’s good. Like a burger.
Wrapped in the waxy stuff.