I have totally neglected my website as of late and I feel terrible! I have good reason, though:
I’m a nanny! This is my first week caring for the cute kiddos, so I’ve been trying to fall into a routine. I get to hang out with a toddler all day and read Frozen books, swing, color and decipher babble. 😉
I’m also a fresh part of a really cool new app called KKTalkee, which helps people in China learn better English through live video broadcasting. Basically, I deliver a bunch of content and then answer any questions and encourage them to speak. I’m really loving this because those who know me well know I’m a total stickler for grammar and spelling, and I’m also following in my grandma’s teaching footsteps – just in a modern way.
It’s been a week of firsts! Glad to have the nerves shaken off and ready to grind 🙂
When Moo.com has a sale, I always take advantage. It seems like these sales happen right as I’m running out of business cards – win! Anyways, I was taking advantage of this sale last night, which meant perusing my photo catalog to pick out my favorite photos from the last few months, so I can print them onto my new set of business cards. It sounds silly but I hardly ever look back at my work, so going through all of these photos totally brought back memories. And made me homesick.
In no particular order, here are a few of my favorites from last fall:
I think I’ll look back through my work more often. This was just what I needed to cure my homesickness ❤ I can’t wait to start networking here so I can get some more amazing clients!
I have always wanted to photograph the St. John’s Bridge and finally got the chance to do so on Sunday! Clair and I were up there extra early for the sunrise in the freezing wind, but it was so worth it!
Clair is one of the amazing coaches I assist for. I am so lucky to have a job that allows me to meet awesome new people!
My subject was beautiful, and the soft light from the sunrise only added to the fun. The wind, on the other hand, was not cooperating. 😝
After we got some amazing shots on the bridge, we headed down below to Cathedral Park to cross off a few more photos from our bucket list. The St. John’s Bridge is absolutely regal, and easily my favorite bridge in Bridge City.
The colors in the park were incredible – every shade of green, yellow and orange. Fall is here!
The last shot we crossed off our photo bucket list was one with bubbles. So simple, but the colors and the light below the bridge made it perfect!
I can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday morning!