Back in December, I got the chance to travel back to one of my favorite places in the world, the beautiful desert wonderland of Arizona. Let me regale you with my travels. lol
Sometimes really expect something awesome from you in order to win some Piggy Points. Right now, all you need to do is share the picture included in this article - et voilà: Five Piggy Points shall be yours.
There are many things to be thankful for this time of year, but I want to touch on a few. ‘Tis the Season after all. lol
So I experienced something that I have never gone through over the weekend. I’m sure you can guess by the title of this entry but needless to say, I had a but of a breakdown.
Some background would probably help. I am usually keep my emotions very much in check. I just have never shown them much to people and it worked up til now. It was always just easier to internalize my feelings.
Back to the story. So I have been feeling a fair amount of regret lately about a recent career (if you could call it that) choice and I was doing fairly well at forcing the frustration down. But as with many things, there is a point that triggers you and that point for me was an argument. I realize that I am not getting into detail but the details are not important. The point is that something completely unrelated to my regretful job set me off and I spiraled.
I know that many people out there have felt what I felt and I’ sure many have experienced it multiple times but for me it was new. I had never reacted to my personal frustrations like this and it scared me (it still does).
As I am writing this, I realize that I am not really making a point and this really has nothing to do with the purpose of this blog but I guess in a weird way I feel more comfortable spilling out my emotions to a computer screen and strangers than with the people that I love.
I am just happy that I am blessed with the most perfect girlfriend in the world that helped me out when I felt like a bunch of broken pieces on the ground.
At the time or writing this, I am still in my regretful position and still feel as lost as ever. I know something will come up and I will find an alternative to this job but until then, I will just have to keep looking and searching. I am lucky to have family and friends that support and love me.
I know that I shouldn’t take a job for granted, many would love to have what I have but I just feel that I am spinning my wheels (both figuratively and quite literally) and I feel that I can do so much more.
Thanks for listening and can’t wait to talk to you again,
Well, I just got back my photos from development and I thing I might have found my everyday camera. Come check them out.
I found this article whilst perusing Lomography.com and thought it pretty neat. I think I might try some of these out this Christmas and place them around my bar at home.
Come check it out :)
The holidays are upon us and we’re just buzzing to partake in all the festivities! Inspired by the Lomography Champgane Editions, we’re excited to try out 10 creative DIY craft projects that are sure to spread some holiday cheer. And all you need to get started are what you’re left with when your fun night ends: corks from bubbly and vino!