Thursday, July 12, 2018
You ever feel like you're moving too fast? Well stop, focus, and soak it all in. We only have a limited time here on this beautiful planet and we don't know which action will be our last.
Friday, April 6, 2018
Today a client requested a location change and then cancelled her appointment.
In general, it reflects badly upon you when you say to someone you plan to do something, then CHOOSE not to do it. This could result in adversely affecting relationships and, possibly, you no longer having any future appointments to keep.
In this client's defense she was at a doctor's appointment that I assume (giving her the benefit of the doubt) lasted longer than she anticipated. Then the evil woman on my shoulder says, but we made this appointment over 2 months ago. Either way I feel disrespected because she wasted my time.
Time is more valuable than money. Each day has only 24 hours - nobody has any more than anyone else. Every minute is unique and can never be regained. I used time shopping for props, testing lights, and even communicating with this person that won't be returned to me so I sit here attempting to figure out what I gained from this cancelled appointment.
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
This was a "supermoon", as the Moon was near to its closest distance to earth in its elliptical orbit, making it 7% larger in apparent diameter or 14% larger in area, than an average full moon. The previous supermoon lunar eclipse was the September 2015 lunar eclipse. The full moon of 31 January 2018 was the second full moon that calendar month (in most time zones), making it, under one definition of the term, a "blue moon". Additionally referencing the orange or red "blood" colors that occur during a lunar eclipse, media sources described the event as a "super blue blood Moon".
I chased it into the night and when I woke in the morning.
Saturday, April 25, 2015
5th Annual Finding Time 5 Tea
Women enjoyed a fashion show courtesy of Designs By Lynn and heard several dynamic speakers including Jennifer Buergermeister of Jennyoga Studios and the tea master Rachel Post-Broussard.
Vendors included Fat Snacks & Pastries and many others.
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