Happy Thanksgiving (Late)

Hi friends! Nothing beats a post Thanksgiving post to remind you all that I am alive and well. I hate that I don't find the time to blog more. I'm always wondering... What can I do to make me happy??? And here we are... Back to where my happiness started... Keeping a journal.

How's Life?

Life is going. Times are tough, but we are making it. My main focus right now is making sure the kids have a good Christmas. This year is the perfect year to teach them that Christmas is more than just material things. Work is going well. I had a great six month evaluation. Kids are doing great. Growing up fast. The marriage is... A marriage. Ups... Downs... Blah Blah Blah, yeah!

How Was My Thanksgiving?

Pretty freakin' awesome! I ended up doing two impromptu photo shoots with my new 24mm lens. Here are a few faves from the day:

We had a great day for the most part. It started with the 2 hour road trip to my parents and ended with a dinner with friends. I got to meet my grandnephew (the lovely baby in the photos above) for the first time. It was also the first time that we've seen our friends since we moved to the city.

Before I Go...

I want to thank the faithful few that check on me every now and then. I miss our blogging community. I'm slowly finding my way back. I have so many thoughts and wants. I need to get back to what makes me happy... Because I realize that I'm starting to lose myself. So, until next time...

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  • Kay says:

    Heading to state or normalcy is great. Hang with your friends more often if you can. It will take your mind off of things for a few minutes. If you lived close I would have been getting you out the house more often with the kids. I love the photos.

  • Shannon says:

    I love the photos!

    Life has it's ups and downs as I've so hardly learned but they very often have lessons to teach us. We learn through trial, error and tribulations, unfortunately. You know, all of that cliche mess. Ride the waves, you'll find yourself coming out better than you thought you would.