Western and Southern

A few weeks ago, I snapped a few photos of the old Western and Southern building in downtown Cincinnati.  I recently lost my job due to a reduction in force as a result of a company merger.  I applied to a couple of jobs at Western and Southern today.  Perhaps my interest in the building a few weeks ago was an omen.




Watching me.

Casting shadows.

55 responses to “Western and Southern

  1. I am currently sending all my good mojo your way sir to help you land a job….mind over matter right? Uhmmmmmm…Uhmmmmm!….I’m doing my Uhmmmms here…..what? You think its easy sending over all this good mojo through the air…..Uhmmmmm….Uhmmmmm…It will be there shortly….:)

  2. The one and only time I lost a job, I thought it was a bad thing. It was actually one of the best things that ever happened to me. I wouldn’t have the dream job I have now if I had stayed there. I hope that the same will be true for you, Seth. 🙂

  3. Oh my. These times require that a person be swift and adaptable. I’m sure your new situation will be a positive change, ultimately. I’ve heard it like this: When one door closes another one opens, but sometimes that hall can be pretty darned long and dark.

  4. I am sorry to hear that your lost your job and I wish you the very best to find one soon. Meanwhile enjoy your free time to treat us to more and more lovely photos. Bonne chance.

  5. Very sorry that you lost your job. Year of the Snake (2013) is hard on everyone. But Year of the Horse (starting Jan 31) is good for all! Sending you all my best wishes for a fantastic landing very soon! xxooxoxo

  6. What exquisite designs you have captured in your photography. I am so sorry to hear about your current employment situation. Hoping that the future brings you sunnier days very soon.

  7. Sorry to hear about the job loss. Hit my career field pretty hard in 2011. So, I know the pain. You’ll find something. 😉

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