lunch date

undefinedundefinedundefinedundefined Film.  Kodak Ektar 100. Sometimes a lunch date with an old, dear friend is all I need to get me excited about my move back to Georgia.  We haven't lived in the same city since college, so we are looking forward to many more!


I know this is a bit late, but I will be closing my print shop for the month of July (due to my move).  If there's something you've had your eye on, now's the chance!  If you like, you can sign up for my newsletter to be notified when my little shop re-opens.

the seemingly mundane

More film shots from this day.  Did I mention how much I love film?

Lately, I have been struck by the seemingly mundane things in my life that mean so much to me.  At this point in my life, I am devoting so much time to my family and giving so much of myself.  By the end of most days I am completely exhausted.  I have so many ideas in my head and things that I would like to do.  There just aren't enough hours in the day!

I embrace this period in my life because I know that my little ones will not always be so little.  I remind myself that if it where not for them, the beauty of the seemingly mundane would not be that important to me.  I love capturing the little things of my day, these that I would forget had I not pointed my camera and pressed the shutter.

I'll leave you with this link that I found via Elisabelle.  If you have a moment, please visit Days with my father.  I was really touched by the words and images of by Phillip Toledano.  To me, this is the epitome of capturing the seemingly mundane to tell a story about life.

Have a wonderful weekend, friends.