I have a week where I don’t have a million things scheduled or on my plate. So what do I want to do? Start a new project. Of course. So, apparently that means I’m actually going to be busy. We will see how much I actually get done.
This week’s to do list is long. Full of things I need to do and appointments. I’ll be taking breaks as I can to enjoy the flowers starting to come up, keeping my fingers crossed that we don’t get the late freeze everyone keeps saying is possible.
I have a whole list of projects I want/need to work on. A couple of them have legitimate reasons why I haven’t started on them. Others, I’m just kind of procrastinating on. I feel like I don’t want to start anything new until my book is completely done, cover and all, and finally released into the wild. I know I still have at least a couple of weeks before that happens, so I have the time to work on something else, I just don’t really want to start yet.
We finally got some snow. Lots of it. It is the perfect kind of snow to get out in and photograph, so that is exactly what BG and I did. It wasn’t too cold, either which made it really nice. I got some amazing shots and I’m still going through most of them, but this is one of my favorites. Our hike led us to discover this beautiful little pond just a couple minutes from us that we didn’t know anything about. It is probably going to be one of my favorite new spots to photograph.
I realized this morning that, if my math is correct (that is always in question), it is 18 years ago today that my grandmother passed away. The realization has me thinking back on my memories and relationship with her.
Today gave me a perfectly dewy, foggy morning and tons of tiny little spider webs all over my fence. Perfect conditions to get some really awesome shots like this. It is crazy hard to get these to focus because of their size (and I’m thinking my eyes are playing a part in that, too).