Dog mom, Texan, amateur photographer,crafter, reader, writer.
One of the hardest things to do during a remodeling project is to stay on budget and on time. Failing to do so can, at the very least, make the process more stressful than it needs to be, and at worst, jeopardize the entire project.
Little did I know that rushing out one day between raindrops with my dog would provide the opportunity to do a good deed.
Arlington, Texas has a lot going for it, but situated between the more well-known cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, its offerings are often overlooked, unless you’re a sports fan. Then, you might be familiar with Arlington.
As I’m writing this it’s a little after 9 a.m. on a Monday and the sun is shining. The sky is blue and there are clouds. White fluffy clouds. It’s a great day.
I have three friends right now who are local, which means we get together and do things (of course COVID has messed with that). I have a couple other friends who don’t live near me, as well.
Photographic inspiration doesn’t always strike when we need or want it to. But if you need to take some photos, or you’re just feeling the itch to get behind the camera, and you’re feeling stuck, what do you do? For myself I fall back on the ABCs of photography to give me the push I need.
When times get rough and things in my life seem like they’re falling to pieces, I need something to hold on to, something to provide direction, and give me a reason to keep going. In short, I need something to keep me sane. Everybody does.
One of the highlights of any trip to Maui is Mount Haleakala in Haleakala National Park and one of its amazing features is the sunrise. The view from the top, especially at sunrise, is one of the most spectacular to be found anywhere.