Sometimes it's good to push yourself to learn new things. Did a cosplay shoot about two weeks ago, as I wanted to try some new lighting techniques, and to expand my knowledge of photoshop.
I've been under the weather this last week so I didn't do too much in the way of editing, This is one of the shots I just put together. All of it from the background to the text was done as an original piece. It's a good start!
Plottt Twissst... 👀🙌🏼 What kind of year has this been for your business babes?
Solid and consistent? Stagnant? Thriving? Slow?
Whatever it’s been for you, get ready and let’s be expectant! Everything can change in a moment. ✨ All it takes is one contact, one meet up, one conversation... to change everything!
Change your mindset to believe in the overflow headed your way and bring on those positive vibes babe!
SWIPE LEFT... "I'm Mad About Plaid" . It can be fun, funky, pretty, classy, and now Trendy. My husband hardly recognized me when I put this on and came around the corner in the store wearing this new find. 🤩🤣 He liked it as much as I did.
The last time I wore a plaid coat was in 1977, a Pendleton wool long coat. What year did you wear plaid coats? @nanettelepore#nanettelepore Lightweight coat found in #steinmart@steinmart (new)
How can you show appreciation to someone you work with or someone in your personal life this week? Who is someone you are grateful to have as a part of your life at this moment? Think of someone you would like to show appreciation to for their support or kindness and thank them 🙏🏼 #buildeachother
Hiking, photography, and travel has been especially therapeutic but not more than through my cancer diagnosis in May of 2018, of which I have had multiple obstacles to overcome. The most difficult were my cranial nerves were displaced affecting balance and coordination. Brain fog from treatment has been so substantial, I have difficulty with long term and short term memory recall. I have to relearn settings each time I go out for more than a year and a half but I don't let that interfere.
It's very easy to tell someone not to let cancer define you but it's difficult when a person lives it. When the treatment affects every part of your life and those affects are lifelong and the fact that it's an entire new normal to acclimate to. .
Also, my own cancer diagnosis was not the first impact of such an insidious disease, my grandparents, and my father's diagnosis and subsequent losses were. I learned to appreciate life at very early age and that's where I fell in love with sunrises, sunsets, landscapes, and nature.
However, hiking, my photos, my unwavering spirit and grit have allowed me to continue with my passion despite all obstacles I face. .
My most memorable experience was around the time my second bout with cancer was confirmed in Feb of this last year and I took a hiatus to Big Bend National Park where I had experienced a spiritual journey and caught the superbloom simultaneously. Each sunrise and experience I had there was deeply moving a felt like a miracle to behold. The emotional healing I received there was priceless.
Have y'all ever felt like your truth was too dirty, shameful, meaningless, etc to speak up about it? Let the most amazing @mone.williams challenge you to think differently about the impact of speaking your truth.
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Mark wears his Liberty Bibs just about everywhere, to sell real estate, to church, and in the summer and in the winter. They are super comfortable and remind him of his roots.
It finally feels like a Texas summer today! ☀️☀️☀️ What is everyone doing for the weekend? Pool, lake, beach perhaps? Tell me what you have planned! ⬇️⬇️⬇️
I will be working to assist some friends relocating back here that moved 17 years ago! Can’t think of a better way to spend my weekend! ♥️🙌🏻👍🏻