"If you have only one smile in you, give it to the people you love."
That is a week in my life. Yesterday a petting zoo with Seth and Bronx for his field trip. Monday shopping with Ben for his birthday. The weekend, ah so wonderful having time to just work in my flower gardens. Soccer games with Ben and with Caleb. Caleb still blows my mind when I look at him. Where did the little boy go? Then my sweet crazy little Maggie. Helping me in the flowers. And last Bronx on Bronx day in his new pool I blew up for him to have here. He is obsessed with dinosaurs so it is a dinoland.
I really miss writing on my blog. I hope that all the transitions life has taken me through bring me back to it. I am so different from the girl who started this blog. I am not much of a girl at all anymore. But I seem to have found a flow and peace with my photography again. I do just enough work that I really enjoy it again. I feel my creativity coming back. The camera has been a part of me for a long time but sometimes you just get disconnected. I feel my energy reconnected.
Yoga is the most amazing thing. It has brought so much joy and peace and enlightenment into my life. I don't know what I would've done without it. I just think about things so differently now. I am not afraid of things I used to be afraid of. And I just want to be living in a flow of positivity and love. Aging isn't as hard on me as I thought it would be but I do think that you lose some people along the way. When you stop caring about the things you used to care about you can't help but for that to happen. I am lucky I have a husband who sees things like I do and a best friend who is at the same place in life. And a family that is closely connected. Those are huge blessings. If you hold on to things that make you happy in your youth I think it would all be very sad.