Something I have very little experience with is photographing people. For some reason, it has always intimidated me -- probably because my inner control freak can't exactly be in control of my subject if it's a living being. So as Lu and I ventured at the Farmers Market and around downtown Nashville, I started practicing… Continue reading Picturing People
After Juju shared this incredible blog with me the other day, I have become addicted. Most of the blogs I read are, indeed, inspirational but hardly any of them are as beautiful and personal as the Nie Nie Dialgoues. What you need to know: Nienie, Stephanie Nielson, is a vibrant 28 year-old Mormon wife and… Continue reading Inspiration from Nienie Dialogues
I've written a similar post before, but I stumbled across this article yesterday, which I think does a better job of saying what I was trying to get at. Recently I have discovered something important about myself: my definition of loneliness. For me, being lonely is being alone when I don't want to be. It's… Continue reading Solitude vs. Loneliness
I have an incredible amount of impatience. And I will be the first to admit it. This can really be a problem when dealing with people who don't exactly match my personality type--I am easily frustrated and disenchanted, and I am quick to make judgements about their choices and situations. But there is one thing… Continue reading God loves them too. Maybe more.