Project 52 ~ Week 52
Photo Challenge for our final week was “It’s Not The End.”
I am truly amazed and happy that I completed another Project 52. It’s been such a pleasure to see how each participant including myself has grown through the year. Challenged to learn something new about our cameras…our processing…ourselves. What more could we ask for?
Thank you Daphne of Ellenburg Photography for hosting this project. I know it must be a lot of work and to that I give you a great big thanks! You’re an amazing women!
I look forward to creating another Project 52 book of my photos to remember all I have accomplished this past year. I have done this for the past two years and I love looking back at all the photos…the many memories that will be in between those binders. Memories I love to share with my family, my friends, my clients.
I have enjoyed getting to know each of the participants personally through our group and Facebook and as I close out this year I wish all of those that continue with Project 52 in 2013 the best! I have decided to take on some new challenges and goals for myself and my business. I will miss you all.
I will end this project with a family photo taken with my pocket camera on our Christmas skiing trip. Why this photo you may ask? I have been told that I should never ski again. Having Scleroderma with Raynauds I should not get cold because I lose circulation in my fingers and have the chance of even losing them. I also was diagnosed with Osteoporosis this past year in my lower back and need to be more careful. I believe we all have a cross to bear and this is mine. That’s ok…I will prevail!
With all that being said. I told myself “It’s Not The End” of my skiing. I will take all precautions…keep warm and continue to live. Skiing has been a part of my winter life more than half my life and I love it! I cherish my family and I cherish skiing and I will live life to it’s fullest…staying warm!
So onto new challenges…new outlooks and continuing to be happy for all that I have been blessed with.