I am back from Florida, and although refreshed I somehow caught a little flu and I'm feeling pretty miserable today. Luckily it's cloudy and chilly outside, so I can stay in my house and watch HGTV without guilt.
I'm out of shape, and it's sickening.
Not a body out of shape, but a fine art out of shape.
All the images from my Florida trip seem uninspired, and dull.
Ugh, it's very disappointing. It's funny how all this time I've been using my camera differently (more food shots), and when I try to go back to shooting scenery I just fall flat.
Ok, well I do have one photograph that I felt was pretty cool.
It's actually the first one I took when we arrived. Go figure.
I wanted this image to set the mood for how I would photograph the rest of the trip.
But things didn't seem to quite work out that way. I couldn't tell you the reasons, it just wasn't going to happen and I wasn't about to force anything.
Or make any of you look at ugly photos and ask (or beg) to say nice things about them.
That just isn't me.
Where is the groove, and how do I get it back?
I can already hear my Dad "Practice makes perfect, and you're out of practice, so stop whining and go shoot." Thanks ahead of time, Pops.
Things are really busy here (that seems to be the norm, though) and-
I really almost forgot about my important little news.
........so...Mike and I move into our first apartment September 1st.
We're super excited, and admittedly, a little nervous.
I wanted to share some pics but when we did our first walk through, it never even crossed our minds. I think it was because we knew this would be our new home, and there'd be plenty of time for pictures later. So there, I've shared it!
I never lived with a boyfriend before and I'm figuring there's going to be some seriously weird things I'll have to get used to.
Any of you have any tips when it comes to living with the opposite sex?
I'd appreciate a head's up on anything!
Well, back to Design Star & a cup of a coffee.