So, my oldest is now in college but has been involved with photography classes since high school. Often times she needs models to help with certain projects. As her mom I am always at the ready! When she was still under our roof I was the savior for last minute donuts, rides for friends, and any assistance needed for school projects…aka #1-photo-assistant. Mainly I would hold light boxes. I took my lighting job seriously, making sure the subjects for shots were lit to perfection. My lighting was ON POINT! I’d get on step stools in precarious positions all to get the right angle. My hands would cramp with the grip it required to hold those light boxes at a certain angle. I found angles that aren’t even known as angles. Angles, angles, angles! Angles that only a #1 photo assistant (aka Mom) could master. All for the cause! But, all the while offering myself as a willing “subject matter” too. Always the bridesmaid, never the bride…
A word that’s come into renewed fame with today’s generation is streak (not the running-naked-through-the-streets kind). By definition, it’s “a continuous period of specified success or luck”. Often I hear teens exclaiming: me and so-and-so are on a daily snap-streak Continue reading Where can I join the CUPCAKE streak?
Physically and mentally, you’d never know I ran the Marine Corp Marathon 2 weeks ago. The level of fitness that took months to develop has all but disappeared in the past two weeks. It’s almost like a period of mourning when it’s all over. You commit so completely to the process of training to be ready for the big day, you don’t even realize how EVERYTHING else takes a backseat. Even my husband slept on the couch for at least two months leading up to the race so he didn’t keep me up with his snoring. I ain’t gonna lie…I like the bed to myself! No shame in my game, sleep is my number one priority as I get older. I digress…😊 Continue reading Funeral of a Marathoner
Thanks for joining me! Consider this a time to just kick back and have a little laugh. My thoughts are random, mostly concerning my mid-40’s faux pas! And in this crazy, many times depressing, world we are living in I like to highlight the moments I can laugh at myself as well as along with others. Hope you see the humor in your every day life.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton