Holy crud, okay. Well, first off, hello! It's been a crazy long time since I last updated my journal. As some of you know, if any of you still follow me, I've been trying to get back into submitting deviations and working on my art (if you can call it that). Mostly, it's therapeutic. The last three years of my life or so I was in a funk, in and out of depression and the like. I am much better now, to be sure. It took breaking up with my boyfriend to free myself from the albatross around my neck. I won't get into it, but he was a poison in my life. In addition, I have secured myself a decent-paying job for a good company so I'm financ
Another year approaches its end, another year beckons to be begun. And it is with this end of the year that I noticed that I recently passed 60,000 pageviews, which ain't too shabby considering my sporadic presence here. 45,000 comments, as well. And 900 deviatons! :lmao: And I couldn't have done it without every single one of you. And so I send you my thanks and love for always being there to support me a little or a lot. It helps to make it worthwhile to continue creating and sharing my adventures.
I wish you all the happiest of holidays, whatever you might celebrate, and a splendid new year! Much love and light!
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I promise, I promise I'm alive. I know I'm still sporadic and for that I apologize. Life is still hard, life is still throwing punches, but I'd like to think I'm throwing them right back and keeping as much of my sanity as possible in the process.
Photographically I've been pretty stagnant, which is scary. My gear is getting old, too, which is also a scary thought. I get worried that I'm losing my touch, but then I have to just relax and breathe. I did get to shoot two weddings this year, which is crazy cool. And stressful. But it was for friends or family of friends. That was a relief, at least, since they weren't crazy brides and g