I finished my last final last night. The instant relief is something that I will miss once I graduate, as hard as school is that feeling of summer officially being here is unparalleled. I do indeed, have some explaining to do for the reason of being absent, I tend to go on sabbaticals without any warning. But, schools is my priority, as much as I wish this blog could have my 100% attention.
I know the new year is all about looking forward to the fresh start of this year, but I like to step back and look at what happened this past year. Take account for what was accomplished this past year, so I can see what the goals are for 2014. Here it is, my year in a nut shell, the big and the small:
I am super excited to share new expanpantions of the blog! Recently I opened a Facebook page to easily keep up with new posts and giveaways. I have also been working on an Etsy shop so you can easily buy prints though etsy. Flat rate of $10 for a 8×10, and it’s an instant download so it’s super simple and fast. So if you would, please give my Facebook page a like and the Etsy shop a glance!
Hey everyone! Just a quick note to let you know that I will be on vacation in Europe until the end of October. Lots of foodie notes and photos when I get back.
Last week I babysat my little brother, and cooked for two posts. This is while we were shooting strawberry rhubarb pie. This is the reality of shooting a dish.
Just wanted to let you all know that I am going on a trip to Uganda for about 10 days, to photograph a family that is adopting FOUR kids from there!. So you can expect a break in postings. I should be back on the 25th, with stories!
Thanks Dear Readers,
To kick off my pictures from my recent trip to Europe. I am going to share a poem I wrote on a layover on my way home. Maybe then you can understand my love affair with this funny thing called travel:
What is it about planes, trains, boats, and cars that becons me so?
Why when I book that ticket to a far off land my hear is heigher then a jet plane?
Born traveler, you say? I have tasted the wine of wander. The rush of a foreign winds, the heat of Roman a summer.
And, you can’t take away my wander. I am wanderer. People tell me to grow roots, to settle. But they have never felt the rush of a far off sea; for if they had, they would understand. I am wanderer, you can’t take it our of me.
You can’t take it
out of me.
I am headed out to Europe tomorrow! Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkkkkkkkkkkk!!!!
I am going with the photography school where I have attended classes, and cooked for students.
We are doing a photo tour of England and France (!!) And for a few days after my friend and I will be going back to Italy for a few days to play around in Rome. (We met back o my last photo tour in Italy past year.)
Cheers for now, from a very excited girl.