Serenity has honestly been hard to come by for me lately. With homeschooling four boys who are now 14, 12 and 9 year old twins, my days are spent with them. The afternoons are filled with running them to sports activities or friends houses, our evenings filled with scouts, other activities, and now with winter, our Saturdays have been spent on the ski slopes! It's been hard to make time for myself, but I know that when I do take some time for me, even if I have to sneak away while they work on a project, it's good for my soul!
The Serenity Project is done each month with a group of some of my photography friends. Please continue through the circle to feel a bit more serenity today! Next up is Eileen Critchley, Ohio Photographer.
Slowly, but surely...I will get caught up on our family films! I finally finished October, which means that soon I will have 2018 wrapped up! Enjoy!
I am a bit behind in my film editing--especially on our family month-at-a-glance films. So, here's a look at what we were up to...a few months ago!
It's been entirely too long since I have participated in the Serenity Project with some of my friends. I've missed it terribly, and my life has been crazy with homeschooling my four boys this year, so I made myself get outside with my camera in hand to find my serenity!
This last week, I put my 100mm macro on my camera, my coat on my body and my gloves on my hands so I could go look for something to macro in the balmy 20 degree weather. ;)
Here's one flower--a daisy, long past prime--in two different ways with different lighting. It was my small moment of serenity, so I hope you enjoy it!
Find more images of serenity by continuing through the blog circle! Next up is the talented Nadeen Flynn Photography, northern California Fine Art Photography.