• motherhood

  • grief

  • art + photo

Rule #1: there are no rules.

I’ve been a rule follower for as long as I can remember. At least, the rules I make inside my head. I like things in order. I despise clutter. I want my ducks in a row and I want the rows neat and tidy and organized by color. That’s me. So of all the creative […]

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  • love every bit of this. i could have written it myself. love, a fellow rule follower ;) ReplyCancel

Project Life + Q & A 15

My finished weeks are a bit sporadic for now, but I’m catching up! Though I am new to Project Life, I’m not new to scrapbooking/memory keeping OR the design aspect of Photoshop. I currently have Photoshop CS6 and have been using it since CS3. I’d like to think I know my way around it, but […]

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Project Life (catching up) 12 + 13

Deciding to do Project Life in April requires a bit (a lot) of catch up. Better than deciding in August though, eh? I’ve been busy gathering and figuring out a new way of organizing my images and weekly details, all while working on weeks 1-13 of the year so I will have a complete book […]

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On becoming a photography teacher.

Sometimes I get tired of talking about my mom and cancer and death and loss and emptiness and sadness and life without my best friend. Then sometimes it’s all I can do. But the times that it feels overwhelming, or I wonder if everyone is tired of hearing about it, the times I realize just […]

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  • Two things…first of all, writing about your Mom is like therapy for you. It’s okay.
    Secondly, what a great high school teacher you must be! Teens are terrific people if given the chance to show it and you have done that. Great job!ReplyCancel