Monday, August 16, 2010

Life is a journey...

So as you all have probably found out by now... Life is a journey in which it takes you through ALLL sorts of highs, lows, & in betweens... i must say the in betweens are my least favorite. lol I get bored rather easily & so the in betweens when nothing DRAMATIC is happening doesn't really sit well with me
So sometimes i might make something exciting happen or do something out of the norm... which i feel that a lot of people wait for life to happen itself and well thats a great and dandy but i am living proof you can't wait... i have seen so much untimely death & destruction that i just want to keep on trucking...

I am not a person that takes things lightly i have a hard time just doing something (living in the moment) Eat, Pray, Love has really opened my eyes to a lot of things... I keep waiting for if this & when this... that i totally forget about what i am doing now.

Especially lately when it has come to my photography. I am so totally FOCUSED on when i get to go to school i will learn so much that i am not focusing on what i have ALREADY learned and how much better i have become with the little bit of knowledge that PLENTY of gracious & giving people have given to me.
So today my post is mainly about being thankful for what i have, who i am, & accepting the fact that guess what i am not perfect (pretty darn close though, lol) Life is a journey that you HAVE to take part of.
Happy Monday Everyone!
I am off to take part in my journey!
What have you struggled with lately??

6 comments:

Kristin Rae said...

Definitely agree that focusing on the NOW is a good idea! And girl, look at your photos! Not only is your eye for creative shots getting better, but I can tell you're playing around with photoshop and coming up with really cool results! Keep on keepin on, and don't get discouraged!

Kimberly said...

Thank you!! I totally appreciate it... ugh, you have definitely been a big help! :)

Pat Tillett said...

Granny always said, "it's not about the destination, it's about the journey." So don't worry about things you have no control over and be appreciate of the good things that come your way.

It sounds like you hit it right on the head...

Sitting Behind Homeplate said...

I like the photos Kim, you're really coming into your own. Keep it up.

Connie

Blue Wave 707 said...

Cool shots!

Talli Roland said...

Gorgeous photos! I guess what I've been struggling with is living in the moment and enjoying the present - not worrying too much about the future.