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“Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak knits up the o-er wrought heart and bids it break.” ― William Shakespeare

Rain’s Gift to the World

December 29, 2014 Life, Photography, Thoughts

I love this photo I captured of my niece sitting on a dock while it was raining. She just loved sitting there, enjoying the silence and raindrops. She is still so innocent and fragile and enjoying all the simplicity in life. She told me it sounded like music. She actually told me “hey listen to the rain, it sounds like music.” How precious is that? Seeing the world through the eyes of a child can make you feel whole again. The rainRead More

Nature’s Hidden Talent

December 19, 2014 Photography

I was driving through downtown Dallas and drove pass this spot. It was hidden under an overpass and I could not pass up this beauty. It was simply amazing! I felt I was in an enchanted place, sometimes you just have to stop and appreciate what is before your eyes and forget everything that is going on.

Polaroid Wall Art

December 17, 2014 Art

I hung up a strip of lace ribbon and clipped all my Polaroids on it with mini clothes pins from Michael’s. I love this style, it’s a bit chic, simple, retro, and a touch of modern.  If you don’t have a Polaroid camera, I used a Polaroid app on my phone and printed them out in square size at Walgreens! If you have any questions, please ask!

A Reverie/ Time Lapse

December 17, 2014 Art, Life, Thoughts

Matthew Rader made this time lapse by taking constant photos of me walking in slow motion. It was really fun to work on this together. His vision of the film came out perfectly.  We shot this in Texas: Wylie, Plano, Rockwall, Dallas. I played the girl and narrated it. Both of us worked together to write it, but it was all Matthew’s vision. I am so proud I had the chance to take part in this for him. 

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