I'm still looking up...
It was a quiet day today, still trying to process everything. Being a parent is by far, the hardest job ever.
On a positive note, although quiet, I was productive. I took head shots for the officers at my brother's lodge yesterday as well as some shots of the installation ceremony. I was able to get them all processed and uploaded for viewing. Huge deal for me because I can be a big procrastinator. How do you think I have time for all the fun stuff I do??! ;)
And another positive thing was that the younger two kids came home tonight from their dad's and everything is cool for spring break vacation. My daughter had been giving me grief about a vacation that I was planning with her in mind, and my son was originally going to stay home, so it would be a mother/daughter trip. But today, the two of them must have talked it out and decided that they would both go, and it sounds like they are actually looking forward to it now. Which is how I wanted it in the first place.
I'm just going to keep taking things a day at a time. I was very close to quitting my 365 project, but I threw on some clothes (wrong choice of t-shirt) and went looking for some place to shoot that wasn't too far because the sun was going down quickly. I came to this barn that I'd wanted to shoot at since my 365 in 2010. There used to be a great old, wooden sailboat on the opposite side that I really wanted a picture of, and I was so disappointed the day I drove by and saw that they had removed it. I drove up in the driveway and walked over with my tripod. Luckily no one came out asking me what I was doing.
Slid hard for For Sliders Sunday
I would like to thank everyone who has made a donation already. I really appreciate it. I think everyone has been touched personally by breast cancer. I am walking in memory of five women who have touched me over the course of my life.