Welcome to my first ever blog post!
Before I go on and gush about my new camera, I should probably back it up a step and update you on the new and fun things of life.
I moved from Winnipeg, Canada to Castle Rock, CO this past June. (whaaa 6 months already??) New dog, wedding, and country kinda blew the fun-o-meter, and it will be very hard to beat that. Transitions are yes, super awesome but at the same time extremely blah. It comes with the harshness of reality. New surroundings comes with the feeling of instability or insecurity. Don't get me wrong, I was still on cloud 9 but with little bits of sadness here and there when I missed people and places of familiarity.
So what do you do when you legally cant work, go to school, drive, breathe. Just kidding breathing is allowed.
I started to dig into the things that bring me joy and content, the things I've always wished I had time for when life was crazy busy. I started taking pictures again! I really did feel like it was a waste of my time because of my lack of equipment but little by little I googled. I googled and googled and tried to do whatever I could to compensate my lack of equipment with more of a mental understanding of photos and all that comes with it. (and trust me I have a long way to go) Now having just got a new camera for early Christmas from my wonderful husband, I am SO thankful and really appreciate it that much more.
So cheers to all of you who read this, I hope you have an amazing holiday season with lots of reasons to be thankful and inspired.