Every Picture Tells a Story · Photography Course: Developing Your Eye I

How Motherhood Changes Us

unny how we, as first-time moms, hear story after story about how profoundly a baby will change our lives. We listen to the experiences of other “well-meaning” women describing the ups and downs of motherhood but we never truly know what they mean until we’re in the midst of the chaos that follows giving birth.…… Continue reading How Motherhood Changes Us

Every Picture Tells a Story · Photography Course: Developing Your Eye II

A Unique Illustration of Motion

As someone who likes to approach my WordPress courses from a unique angle, I spent a few days trying to figure out how I was going to approach my Developing Your Eye II Day 5 Assignment, “Moment ~ Capturing Motion”. The thing is, I didn’t want to take a photo of something in motion, indicated…… Continue reading A Unique Illustration of Motion

Every Picture Tells a Story · Experiences · Photography Course: Developing Your Eye II · Right Here Right Now

Finding Balance {and Warmth} After Loss

ne morning, during Winter 2014, my daughter and I were forced to vacate our warm beds so that we could subject ourselves to the biting cold weather outside. It felt reminiscent of our school journeys while living in the UK, when we spent many a cold morning, shivering at the bus stop. We had to…… Continue reading Finding Balance {and Warmth} After Loss

Every Picture Tells a Story · Experiences · Right Here Right Now

Depression: How To Find the Color Within the Grays

On the outside, I smile. Probably because one of the worst things someone can say about depression is: “What could you possibly be depressed about? You should be counting your blessings!” The truth is, I do count my blessings. Of course, I know that I’m blessed. My depression is separate from how blessed I feel. I…… Continue reading Depression: How To Find the Color Within the Grays

Every Picture Tells a Story · Photography Course: Developing Your Eye I

The True Meaning Of {Home}

Chris and I recently took a drive through our childhood neighborhoods. The houses we lived in growing up were all still standing; sadly, there were many houses and businesses that didn’t survive the aftermath of Katrina. While most of our old houses were as we remembered them, my first house was hardly recognizable. Missing was…… Continue reading The True Meaning Of {Home}