I’ve been thinking about Yosemite a lot lately. This was the first time I’ve ever been to a big national park like this and I was completely blown away. It’s hard to describe but I’ve heard people call it magical before. I never really knew what that mean until I got there but it really is magical, special and amazing. I was in awe my entire trip and would love to go back sometime soon.
Ok, enough with the snow and cold weather for now. I’m thinking about the beach today.
For Christmas I got two pretty awesome gifts.
1. I got a JBL portable bluetooth speaker. I love it because it’s splashproof too. That means I can blast music while I’m taking a shower. Before I’d have to turn my iphone up as loud as I could and place it as close to the shower as I could without getting it wet. It was just not very happenin’. Now my music is so loud that I can’t even hear it when Andrew tries to tell me something. hehehe.
2. I also got a kindle. This was a complete surprise and I never thought I’d like it but this little device is pretty cool. I can read it in bed without turning on the lights but I can also drop it in my purse and take it anywhere. I’m currently reading Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir and its pretty hilarious. Like I’ll literally laugh out loud while I’m reading it. Let me know if you have any books you’d recommend for my kindle. I want to start a list.
Everyday I wake up and I feel like I’m the luckiest person ever. I’m surround by people who give me unconditional love and support in everything that I do. I have a super hot husband and the cutest puppy ever. I have so much to be grateful for but most of all I’m happy that I’ve found my passion in life and get to live it out everyday. I’m so thankful that you all take the time out of your busy day to view my work. Theres so much other stuff you could be doing and I couldn’t be doing this without you so THANK YOU and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Another awesome view of from Twin Peaks in San Francisco. Its fun to bring your zoom lens up there. You never know what compositions you’ll find. I love the layers upon layers in this image. Something you probably won’t see in Virginia. HAHA.
Have you ever been to Clarion Alley in the Mission District in San Francisco? Talk about beautiful, inspirational and a place that I want to go back to again and again.
While we were walking through the alley and admiring the pieces, one of the local artists came up to us and started chatting us up about the mural project. Turns out that all the different murals are artists views of political and social issues and no other alley in the Mission district has that kind of distinction. Pretty freakin’ cool if you ask me.
So I guess this is a representation of our current social society.