So, my solution is... da ta da da!!! I'm coming back! I don't know how many people will read this. I won't tell you I don't care. I do. I love people reading my blog. If I didn't, I would just write in a journal and that would be that. But, I will tell you that I have decided that I need a place where I can be me; where I can write the things that I just can't talk about over on my other blog. Plus, my therapist told me I need to start writing again, because I have emotions coming out of my ears, and, to be honest, the only thing I take time to do anymore is try to keep my businesses and children alive. If I can rationalize this as being for the business, I think I can persuade myself that it is ok to take some time to write, even if it is, secretly, for me.
I don't want this to be a dark and dreary, slit-your-wrists kind of post. I'm not really down in the dumps (if I were, I probably wouldn't use "down in the dumps"), I have just felt a great loss since I left this place.
So, the question of the hour is, "Do you think I will be able to take on all three blogs?"
running a preschool, starting up a photography business, raising two toddlers and becoming a full-time nanny (notice how I left out running a household? : ) There is a reason for this!). You want to know a little secret? I can't even juggle!!! Seriously. I suck at juggling. Even with just three balls. I've tried and tried and tired and after one round the balls always go flying in every direction.
I'm not going to promise anything yet. I have high hopes (I always do), but with expectation comes great stress. Ha ha! Like what I did there?
I will leave this babbling post with a few pictures of the girls using my new Lensbaby Composer Pro. I LOVE my new little friend. This will be my creative funk lens. My girls also help get me out of my creative funks, even if they hate having their pictures taken!
|This wasn't taken with the Lensbaby, but I had to stick in a photo of them sledding. They loved it. Can't you tell? They did once they figured out how to sit on the sled together. Sharing space is tough.|
|The best thing about photographing kids is that they are so impulsive. You never know what they're going to do next.|
To those of you reading, thank you! And I hope we meet here again soon! Maybe even next week (eeek! That wasn't a promise!)