I am finding that some weeks just don’t leave me with enough spare time to share all the sewing projects I’ve been working on. I’m editing photos and working on my backlog, but in the meantime, here are some non-sewing things I’ve been doing.
A few weeks ago, I joined the Familyness Photo Workshop taught by the extremely talented (and fun!) Davina Fear. Not only is the class stretching my photography skills, but it’s also helping me to see the beauty in my unique family and life.
Davina isn’t teaching us to take portrait pictures, or mold our families into perfect little posed models. She is helping us to see the precious uniqueness in our family personality. Abby’s wild hair, Strider’s dimpled hands, Hudson and his science objects strewn all over the house. These are daily life. These are the details I want to remember when I’m old and bent with gray. I took the class to learn how to save these moments in photographs.
ON THE BREAKFAST TRAIN
I can’t get enough of this boy. I don’t want him to ever grow up! Breakfast is always a great event for this baby. He loves food. I wanted to capture his favorite time of day, his sweet spirit and his great sense of humor. And those big blue eyes, of course.
- We truly love to be together
- We love to laugh and be silly
- We respect and encourage each other’s interests