Some reasons why I'm loving our new camera...
Again it helps to have the cutest baby in the whole world at my fingertips for optimal photo ops.
So, we're still living in wait over here. Living in limbo makes for a variety of feelings throughout the day. On the one hand I am LOVING seeing my husband all the time and doing more family oriented things, but on the other hand not having money come in and waiting for the sale of our house to be finalised is a bit trying. In many ways my heart is Already in Alberta with my family and cute new house waiting patiently for our arrival, but in many other ways my heart is not quite ready for the umbilical cord to be severed from Summerland. I'm taking my final days here, however long or short they may be, to fully enjoy that which I have loved most about living here. My many wonderful friends. I also get this feeling like we're still here for a reason. I have been learning a great many thing sabout myself over these last few months. Some of them good and some of them hard to accept. I would really like to use this time to allow God to shape me into a better woman. A woman who enjoys her children rather than deals with then day to day and a woman who is a reflection of her God and Saviour to her friends and those around her. I hate to look at things in the light of "when we get there then...", rather than "while we're still here we need to...". I've always struggled with living in the moment. Frankly, sometimes the moment you're in really really sucks. BUT, nobody says the moments coming up will be any better so I NEED to make the most of RIGHT NOW! So, I'm going to continue to enjoy this amazing place until we get to the next one.
Also, We've been practicing our panning techniques. It's pretty fun! There is also one of me but I choose not to post it because I look handicapped. Well, so does D here but what else is new? Plus I have the posting power so he just has to deal with it. What of it!?
Have a good weekend and wish us luck. We have a wedding to shoot and it's supposed to SNOW! What the heck! Did I mention this is an outdoor wedding?