This video documents our trip to Seattle along with showcasing a song I wrote-New Hero. My new hero? My hero is the son of God who has changed my life and perspective in ways I never imagined.
Filmed by Christy Giusti.
Sometimes, actually most of the time, I love to go back to classic and simple.
I usually put together an album every year and I decided to go back to the good old black paper, photo print, and white pencil. And that’s it. I love the way it turned out so I though I’d share!
I also ordered instagram prints to go with it and I am OBSESSED. I think Adam is sick of me talking about how much I cherish my cute 3×3 prints that arrived in a little package on my door step a couple weeks ago. I got the prints at Persnickity and I wish I ordered more. They add to the classic look even more with the white bordering and smaller print size.
In case you were wondering how to catch a kangaroo…
We arrived at Meeks Bay Resort on Sunday evening, and I couldn’t move. My mind was processing everything that had just happened from my first wedding TO MYSELF EVER and I was pleased, anxious, excited, wondering, all at the same time. I think of my brain like spaghetti. I have all these different pathways intermingled that lead to different topics and my thoughts rush from one end of the noodle to the other sometimes crossing over before it reaches the end of the one it started at, and this is all happening at lightning speed.
Guys-you just got a little look inside a women’s brain.
Set up the camp site now? But I have to get all the equipment out of the heat…I don’t have sandals…I need…I need… (pouting)…I need to think…
After we settled in, bbq’d the camping man’s dream dinner- t-bone steaks with corn on the cob and a can of beans, we looked over the photos that were just taken a few hours before. I was able to breathe, take it all in, and articulate to Adam all that I was thinking. What I like, what I love, what I wish I did different.
Lucky him I know.
I have realized I am someone who needs to sort out my thoughts by talking it through, I need to write it out and reflect on my accomplishments and the things I would like to work on. I need Someone to listen to those realizations so I can be better, and become the photographer that is there inside myself. Someone who tells me I can do it.
Thank you Adam for listening to my spaghetti head. Thank you also for telling me I can.