I’m a firm believer in the equipment you have being the best tool for any job. But sometimes, when I’m out to “make my thing” and turn whatever vision I have into something tangible, it can be very very disheartening to know that I don’t have the means for the very best.
My brain has been very busy in this week of recuperation. Finishing up some projects. Starting new ones. I’ve been applying for creative work, setting goals, feeling confident, feeling doubtful.
I know that at some point soon, this is all going to click. Eventually the practice and the work and trying all of these new things will pay off.
My life isn’t nearly what I want to to be, but I keep assuring myself that the only thing I can do is keep on keepin’ on. Sometimes it’s being in the right place at the right time. Other times it’s working hard.
Today, I work hard.
Upcoming: First and second solo weddings. Family portraits. Band pictures. Crossing fingers.