When you’ve been knocked to the ground by painful circumstances outside your control sometimes it’s necessary to rest where you landed in order to care for yourself. Captured just as I found it. The process of making this film photo, developing the film myself at home, scanning the negative with my DSLR and converting theContinue reading “Resting where you landed”
My daughter’s shadow on the garage wall as she rode her bike on the driveway one evening. I decided to share some of the photos and writing I’ve shared over on my Flickr account. If you’re interested in seeing more of those images you can check them out here.
My youngest daughter took over the kid’s computer area for her artwork…and I thought it was so beautiful, especially in the setting sunlight I decided to share some of the photos and writing I’ve shared over on my Flickr account. If you’re interested in seeing more of those images you can check them out here.
You work so hard to keep breathing, smelling the scent of your essential oil and watching the mist twisting about in the golden, sunset light. You are making it through these extremely difficult moments even when it feels impossible. I decided to share some of the photos and writing I’ve shared over on my FlickrContinue reading “Aromatherapy”
An image I made as a way to cope while my husband drove me to a neurofeedback appointment. Recently I’ve been taking my camera with me sometimes and take photos of things that I notice from the passenger seat as a way to try to help myself cope. The photos I take are by noContinue reading “Into the unknown. . .”
While drowning in darkness I try to keep looking for light I decided to share some of the photos and writing I’ve shared over on my Flickr account. If you’re interested in seeing more of those images you can check them out here.
I took this image from the passenger seat while in the car on the way home from a neurofeedback appointment. I cannot really put into words my experiences, the challenges and some victories as a result of participating in neurofeedback. Sometimes taking pictures on the way to and home from appointments helps me to copeContinue reading “Along for the ride”
When one of my children emptied the dryer lint I was so fascinated by the lint particles as I saw them floating through the air highlighted by the sunlight, quickly got my camera and tried to see if I could capture the lint dust in the air. It was a helpful process to really noticeContinue reading “Dryer lint dancing in the light”
One day at lunch my son had some chips and salsa. I was amused to see that he used part of a tortilla chip as a spoon rest for his salsa covered spoon. I was surprised he put that much thought and effort into keeping the table clean…and he didn’t even have to wash hisContinue reading “Kids were here”
Today I just realized I took this picture exactly one week after the previous image—the same tree, different clouds, and leaves a different color, while riding in the car to the another neurofeedback appointment. I took this picture while riding in the car about 70 miles per hour down the highway (my husband was driving)Continue reading “. . . a l o n e . . . (one week later)”