Project 52, week 25

It’s always an exciting week when you get new glass. I welcomed a 60mm macro lens to my collection this week and have had so much fun playing! Today I shot a tiny lizard on the front porch of a friend’s house. I love the detail and bokeh.

I also finished up all of the requirements to make my photography business legal and insured as well as put together some pricing and other information. I’m only going to accept a few sessions a month at this point and I’m excited to pour all of my heart and soul into them like I do everything else.

The kids have had a good week overall. Daddy was out of town all week and got back yesterday. We missed him. Jenny was a huge help and she has an interview at Target next week. Good luck, sweetie! I found a caregiver today, woot! Her name is Erica and I’m sure she’ll be showing up in photos before too long. She is a student at UTSA studying special education and I really like how she connected with Anna. She starts Monday! I found out that I have some nodules on my thyroid gland (most likely benign) and that is probably contributing to my thyroid issues. I got another 50cc of fluid drained from knee (to put that in perspective, I had 20cc drained last week… it was really swollen this week) and I have an appointment with a highly recommended rheumatologist next week. All in all, busy but good.

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  • hope - amazing shot. excited for you holly!ReplyCancel

  • Heather C - All the shots in this post and the more recent ones are amazing!! Congrats on the new business and the caregiver. Sorry about the nodules. One of those that was growing and had some bad cells in it was the reason I got my whole thyroid removed. Hopefully they are benign but I will say in researching it all when I was going through it I did think that if I HAD to have cancer, thyroid cancer is an easy way to go.ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - I LOVE this picture! And the bokeh is creamy wonderfulness!ReplyCancel

  • Lys C. - this one is simply gorgeously taken !!! love everything on this photo, all the greens, the way the lizard seems smiling at the camera … wonderful !!ReplyCancel

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