I've wanted to take this picture for awhile but I often have only thought about it during my commute to or from work and that means that it has been way to crowded to do so. This weekend I was with a girlfriend and on our way to Grand Central I was finally able to get the shot. She giggled when I took it, smiled and told me it was a great shot.
By the way, you know what it is like, right? To have something in mind that you want to capture or get done but something just gets in the way and you end up putting it off until later?
Well, I don't know about you but often for me, it usually means that I got in my own way.
Let me say that again - it usually means that I got in my own way.
I may have made an excuse or multiple excuses, this one goes through my head often (just due to my lack of space): I'll have to unpack all of those supplies...it will take a while....I only have a couple of hours...by the time I get the supplies out and then have to put them back...I will only end up creating/working on my project for an hour...never mind, that isn't enough time to really make an impact.
OMG...negative Lori needs to go away!
An hour to create! Really an hour to escape my head, my reality, to make something beautiful. Embrace the hour!
Step aside excuses!
Step aside inner critic!
Step aside voice of fear!
Step aside brain that over thinks everything!