18 Jan the way you look at it
Camera charm necklace from Anthropology.
There have been a million things I’ve wanted to say here for the last week. But, I haven’t a minute to get them down. There have been some surreal things that have happened; tragic, indescribable, unfair. But through all of it there have been triumphs; hope, help, joy.
There is so much good that is being poured into the bad that there is illumination, even in the darkest places. I feel like I could write for days. But, I’m still processing it all. There will be much more clarity in the next week or so as ideas flesh out and plans firm up but for now, it’s just this inner knowing, this certainty that things can change when your perspective does.
I have recently had the pleasure and enjoyment of quiet days at my laptop writing content for a photo-centric class that I will be teaching (in Shutter Sister style) at Big Picture Scrapbooking in April. Details to come. I cannot tell you what a gift it’s been to be held accountable to stay focused, present and grounded.
With each word I write, with each picture I take, with each person I connect with these days I am reminded over and over again, the good can balance out the bad, the light can shine on the dark and how we look at it can make all the difference.
Won’t you share your perspective with us today?