i have decided to do a monthly photo challenge for 2015. yep the whole entire year. (it’s not as dangerous or time-consuming as it sounds. hehe). i absolutely love photography, and i have a goal to grow even more as a photographer in the upcoming year. i’m thinking about being more creative + setting up photo shoots + improving my composition + photo editing skills. for christmas, i even got an amazing little lens for my iPhone, so i want toRead More
just a few photos from my week captured on my phone… i’ve been feeling the love. coffee love. autumn love companion love. nature love. snail mail love photography love urban love cider love road trip love today my love & i are headed down to the beach for a long weekend. yippee! so, catch ya on the flip side. time to feed my wanderlust soul a little bit. love and peace.
oh. my. gosh. i just finished creating the photo journey list for september and not once did i think of the fact that it is september…. my birthday month! i never even considered which word would fall on my birthday. crazy. i’m usually totally aware of these kinds of things. very weird, but perhaps it’s cool that i didn’t think about it. so, guess what the word for my birthday ended up being? “survival“. hehe. and it’s my 39th. theRead More
“the moon is a loyal companion. it never leaves. it’s always there, watching, steadfast, knowing us in our light and dark moments, changing forever just as we do. every day it’s a different version of itself. sometimes weak and wan, sometimes strong and full of light. the moon understands what it means to be human. uncertain. alone. cratered by imperfections.” ― Tahereh Mafi, Shatter Me goodnight, my lovelies. peace.
march’s journey is complete. we have traveled from darkness to light. literally, here in sweden. the time changed last night, so we are now livin’ it up with much longer days. tonight, it’s almost 7:30 and the sun is still shining. in a month or so, it’ll be 10:30pm and the sun’ll still be shining. ya gotta love the long summer days in sweden. and we deserve them after living through the long, dark winter nights for 5 months. yep.Read More