It's winter now, and I'm craving things in my life to be neutral and calm and minimal.
I'm liking my house clean and folded and stacked. The counter is mirror-clean and the dishes are always washed before bed these days.
I make things and I work for myself, so my days march out ahead to the beat of the freelance metronome, without kids to yet interrupt my pace.
Busy, yes. But. If there is no time, I can make time.
These winter days feel decadent yet earned. It feels like there is probably some really rad stuff right around the corner. It feels GOOD.
A stroll through New York, NY... to celebrate beautiful and soon-to-be-official love!
It's always the night before something big that I can't seem to fall asleep.
It's always a big shoot, a trip or something unusually exciting. I toss and turn, wish I'd taken a ZZZQuil, and generally lie there creating an endless to-do list that I then have to email to myself, pat-pat-patting my hand over the edge of the bed in the dark for my phone, for fear of forgetting it all... which is all terribly silly because you can only forget things if you ACTUALLY FALL ASLEEP.
Last night I didn't sleep a wink. Last night before bed, I finished editing the engagement session for a very special couple, and I couldn't wait, literally, to wake up to reveal it to them. The to-do list I emailed myself in the dark from my phone last night at 1:41am read:
-REVEAL CRISTINA AND MIKE! FIRST THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!