Hello my faithful followers! I am back (at least until school starts up again)!
It’s been hard to balance out my academic life, with my artistic life, whether it be taking pictures, choreographing, teaching, dancing, etc. (don’t worry, I’ve had photo gigs during my WordPress hiatus ,I just didn’t have the time to post them here). Knowing this is my last semester in college puts a lot of things into perspective. As some of you may or may not already know, I’m currently finishing my undergrad degree in Nursing. There have been plenty of bumps along the way, but at the end, it seems to be the place where I belong (well, at least for right now). It scares me to think that I will soon enter the working world all by myself, but I also know that’s a natural feeling. If you aren’t scared, then your naive to the fact.
As my undergrad years wind down, my skills and name as a photographer slowly creep up. It seems that God not only wanted me to be a Nurse, but to be a budding photographer. I only started to really take it seriously in a few short months, but it seems to take off one way or another and that excites me and scares me at the same time. Maybe, I’m just scared that I may be getting into the photography business at the wrong time, when there are thousands of self-proclaiming professional photographers coming out of the wood work. Maybe, I’m scared that I might eventually lose interest. Maybe I’m just thinking too much and I need a drink (LOL). I don’t honestly know, but something keeps pushing me forward. Something or someone in my subconscious continuously pushes me to improve my skills, get myself out there, and just have a damn good time doing it. It doesn’t feel like a chore practicing and improving my skills, it just feels like absolute fun.
Once I enter the working world as a nurse, hopefully I will have that much-needed jumpstart in my side-career (or at least hoping it turns out to be one) now that I will have the time to do that. I just hope I don’t fall flat on my face when I get there!
Thanks so much for of your support and here are some photos that you might have missed while I was away!
In response to the WPC: Resilient