This week wasn't going to be filled with pictures, I was planning on taking a break from the camera. The reason being because of last weeks overload of photos during my "WEEK IN THE LIFE" with Ali Edwards and hundreds of others. It's a lot of work and commitment to document your life for a whole week. But someone changed my mind monday morning so read on to see.
I have to say this week was almost better for documenting then last week's. I'm tempted to change the dates and/or document both weeks. This whole week has made me think hard and see things differently. I always think the worse and am negative and give up too quickly. Now I realize that I need to just wait and be more patient and not set the bar so high for what I expect my days to be. There were some rough patches last week and I seem to remember them more then the good ones. Now after looking at the photos though it's helping me find those little moments more and finding the joy in them and pushing the bad ones aside. This week was suppose to be the real life we are living and I have to remember that it can't be perfect just because I want it to be and it doesn't make it any less better either.
So again, I give my thanks and forever gratitude to Ali and her idea for this project. She always makes me see things different and to be thankful for all I have and to let the little things be big things. She has taught me to see better and look more and be more present in my life. This has been a challenging and heartwarming project and I can't wait to do it again.
Ok sorry folks, had to vent again. So not me I know. Seems the summer blues have seriously been kicking my butt, haha. I'm seriously doing much better this week and it has shown.
So go look at my overloading (sorry) amount of pictures for this week. Remember it all started because of the first picture and what she made me think and feel on this day.