Rejected “Movement” photo
After countless emails and text messages, I finally met with my aunt’s friend for coffee this afternoon to discuss what’s next for me. I’m not sure I knew what to expect from our conversation; there’s a part of me that just expects to be told what’s going on since I haven’t exactly been in control of my own destiny of late. I think she’s going to refer me to someone who is part therapist (yay) and part life coach (YAY!). I think she’s going to make an email introduction next week, then – theoretically – it will be up to me to take the next step.
When I first arrived at the coffee shop, there was a knitting group sitting in the front window. If I hadn’t been so worried about sitting down with Dr. D, I probably would’ve pulled up a chair and joined them – I did have my sock in my bag after all – but since I had to go be adult and responsible and all that twaddle, I went and sat at the bar and drank my pricey cup of Joe (and took photos of unsuspecting baristas).
I’m attempting Fat Mum Slim’s Photo-a-Day project again this year. Historically I’m usually good for a couple of months before I completely fall off the wagon, but I really want to try to make it this year. Today’s prompt was Movement. As the title implies, I didn’t decide what my photo was going to be until about 11:30 this evening. Fortunately, my grandmother had the prop I needed. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the patience to get the shot I wanted.
I ultimately ended up using the bottom left photo. I do have a separate photography blog, such as it is. I wish there was a photography meetup group that interested me in Dayton, but I didn’t come across one during my initial search. Maybe I’ll look into starting my own, once the weather warms up.