Sometimes I can’t help but feel like time is against me. Last week was about as crazy as they can get around here! Taylor had 19 (yes nineteen finals!) plus his first set of board exams taking place over the entire weekend. The baby was super sick and not sleeping which at the beginning of the week I thought I would use to my advantage. I figured, I’m taking care of him anyway, I’ll just work all night and keep him in my office and then take care of him whenever he stirs – the plan in my head was much smoother then real life! The middle one was kind of sick, enough to not be sleeping well either which really put a wrench in the above plan.
Time really does often feel like my enemy, but if Im being honest I would say I’m probably the enemy here. After all I know how many hours are in a day, there are still 24… Twenty-four hours still revolve around the clock just as they did when I was learning to tell time. So if I know this, why oh why do I constantly try to fit more in then is possible? Kianna, thank you for being my sister and so being willing to be pushed back to the end of the line… Here is the very late part dos to your long lost part uno. Love you!
I really really just LOVE when odd things happen during a session, sometimes I will just make them happen (more on that when I show you this weekend’s wedding) and sometimes we are lucky enough to spontaneously have a garden gnome run right by us while we pause to eat ice cream from Cool Moon Creamery, downtown. I love when these things happen because it will make you remember this day, the day when you (the client – or today my sister) allowed me, (your photographer) to capture who you are, to document this very moment in your life. This moment that will soon fade as the next chapter begins but when you see the images and remember (in this case) a garden gnome, you will smile and remember that life was really good that day! … Here’s to fabulously odd!