Have you ever felt lost? Not in the physical sense, but having that nagging feeling that something is missing and you just can’t put your finger on it or find your way to it? Well, I’m not lost, I just feel that way.
There was a time where I felt very certain about the direction that my life was heading in and I pursued what I was passionate about, God and photography. Of course, that’s not to say that I’m not pursuing either now. I just don’t have the time that I used to have and I’m earnestly trying to find where both fit in my life at the moment.
Don’t get me wrong, I haven’t turned my back on God. I want to spend much more time with him than what I feel that I now do. Juggling all of life’s responsibilities can get tedious and making sure that everything that I value has its proper place can be difficult at times.
As for photography, well, that’s a whole other story. I feel that I have turned my back on photography. Finding little pockets of time in my days and weeks that allows me to reconnect with one of the other things that I am passionate about in this life (after God & my husband!) is what I really want.
Slowly but surely I believe that I will be in the place that I need to be in order to find what it is that I’m seeking.
I honestly feel that this time over the past few years of my life has been a respite and a resting place, you know, the comma or pause in my story. Soon we will be at the period and this chapter of our lives will be closed. But, before it is finished, I want to create more space in my life for the things that I am passionate about because I know that it can be done.
I am hoping that this blog will aid in that effort by providing a place for me to share my photography and my faith in God.
Life is a journey, but I’m finding my way.