Post Thanksgiving Madness!!!

November 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

After eating copious amounts of turkey, this house has declared the Thanksgiving celebrations over. Now, we (the dogs, the boyfriend and I) welcome with much joy the start of the Holiday festivities...

Life post mom has been interesting. I miss her and I wish she could have stayed longer. We talked on the phone for 2 hours today. Its been a while since I've talked to another human for 2 hours on and about anything. Life is slowly coming back to normal and that familiar feeling of homesickness is starting to rear its ugly little head again. When she was here, I felt whole. I miss that. 

The post mom world has brought also a relief to my cold. Each day I feel stronger. Especially now since I stopped taking flu medicine. I appears that a certain cold & flu brand I recently bought was doing more damage than good. Since I stopped taking it, I feel much better. 

On Monday, I fired up my trusty desktop and edited a few photos. I've been slowly posting them on IG.  Check them out @evetography if you wish to see them and my other work.

One BIG problem I have is to remember to incorporate the creative areas of my life into day to day tasks. I am quite task oriented. So, if I am asked to do something, it is very rare that I'll stop for a photo. Which in turn means I will probably forget in its entirely to actually take a shot.

I have to force myself to remember to stop and take in the scenery. I know that with time I will be able and conscious enough to record a digital memory. Life is not about the grand, boisterous events. In fact, it is made up of tiny, repetitive tasks. It is up to us to find beauty in them...


I titled this photo "'A Way Out" Because it reminds me that even thought the path to a better situation might be scary and lonely it is still doable.  

Enter Dimension. when I look at this shot, I always feel life I'm entering the world of Alice in Wonderland. 

How far the rabbit hole do YOU want to go?

Out to Sea (and far from the land of broken dreams) 

There is always another day.


This piece I really like. It reminds me to stop looking and dive right in.  If you want your dreams to come true, don't stay in the shore. (Advise that I myself should be heading).




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