I’ve been choosing my family which to me is joy. That’s where I have been and why I haven’t been posting here lately. I was beginning to feel swallowed up by all the to do’s and not concentrating on the end of summer and the beginning of the school year. They (who are they?!) say that the first rule of thumb is to stay consistent with blogging well I’ve never been one to follow the rules. So…I will be sharing but I can’t say it will be the same day every week or even every week. I’d love it if you’d stop by though and leave a comment.
I found this on Brene Brown’s site and as always it was well worth watching. It’s based on the thought, if we knew then what we know now. Funny, poignant and worth a few minutes of your time. Not familiar with Brene Brown? She has written a wonderful book called Daring Greatly.
During vacation we kayaked over to see the wild horses on Chincoteague Island. I was a little disillusioned to find out that they really weren’t wild. A vet visits them from time to time and during the winter they are looked after. Then I started thinking about the fact that hype is everywhere. The VMAs were a perfect example of it. I’m tired of hype which is why it is so important to me to keep it real. Honest, expressive and always personal is how I describe my photography. That is what you’ll get. It’s timeless.
I love doing shoots for this local magazine and then when I get something like this it makes it extra special. http://www.paigepphotography.com
Debbie’s weekly beauty tip from Chateau Salon. Hollywood’s facialists for the stars suggest keeping you skin’s pH at about 7. Start your day with lemon and warm water which balances your pH. At meals combine food low in pH with any food high in pH (green veggies). To learn more about the benefits of maintaining a balanced pH go to beaming.
image by: paige p. photography