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Twelve for Eleven

2011 was a pretty great year. I travelled, I Unravelled, I made new friends online and off and I sought to connect with my world with a renewed sense of wonder and gratitude. Photography was a huge part of all … Continue reading

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Wishing

This is me making a wish on November 11th. 11.11.11. An auspicious day for wishing. Photographing my wish-making was part of a project called The Beckoning of Lovely. Unfortunately the inspiring film that was the culmination of this project was … Continue reading

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Open

August Break Day 14. I drove past this store display on my way to the movies and knew that I needed to take this photo — the colours, the mirror, the “Open” sign (for my One Little Word). I decided … Continue reading

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1/365

So, THAT happened.  I turned 42 yesterday.  I’ve actually kind of been waiting for this.  It’s not a big deal number but it feels like a big deal birthday. It feels like a shift. 41 was such a year of … Continue reading

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Word to Action

  As I mentioned, I’ve chosen a word for 2011: OPEN.  For March’s One Little Word class assignment Ali Edwards challenged us to turn our words to action. She asked us to look at what we planned to invite into … Continue reading

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Sunday on the Chair

I’ve been trying to figure out how to write about something that happened this week.  Through the combined awesomeness of Brené Brown, Danielle LaPorte and my best friend in the world, Allison I had an amazing realization.  We’ll call it a revolution … Continue reading

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Send it off in a Letter to Yourself

I am a HUGE fan of today’s Reverb 10 prompt.  I’ve actually done this type of exercise before and it’s amazing how it can change my perspective on where I’m at and where I’ve been.  Besides, how many times can … Continue reading

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