Welcome to the new world. I’ve heard many say that it’s great, we can now focus on our family and things that matter most. True, I love that most of my calendared events for the next two months are gone and there is this weird excuse to stay home and relax. I love seeing all the posts about connection, hope, charity towards others and general goodwill. I’m being honest here, when I say, things are hard! It’s hard to watch your plans and financial goals change so rapidly. It’s hard to watch my business feel like it’s spinning out of control overnight. There is a lot of “wish I, could of, should of” going on in my head right now, but I was just doing the best I could making each day work for the next.
It’s a time to reflect, rebuild, redesign, rethink, reconnect and recommit to many goals in both business and private life. I tend to keep quieter than I should on social media, despite the business and industry I work and grew up in, however, there are many many moving pieces in my life that require attention and often deep parts of my soul. It’s been a year of challenges for me. I’ve lost many dear friends, my faith has been challenged and some family bonds were at times hanging by a thread. But I’m a do-er. I get things done, maybe to my detriment sometimes. I love being in the mix of everything and often create my own tornado.
I’m filling my cup. I’m challenging myself to stretch, create and communicate through talents of photography. It’s a beautiful medium. I can do better! My family has faced many hardships in the past and in the moment I didn’t know how we would ever move forward and now looking back, it amazes me how far we have come so quickly. Keep all things in perspective.
Sooooo……… HANG IN THERE! Hang in there with me. I’m committed to this business and weddings and my clients. I will do everything I can for you. We can get creative and collaborate together. There is beauty all around. Though we acknowledge our feelings of frustration, fear of the unknown, and sadness, we move forward.
Wow! I just got real with ya’all. 🙂 Now enjoy beautiful Sedona! Nature is always available. Call me if you are in the area. I’ll only use my “long” lens, as I call it.