It was one of those rare moments when I raised my head to the sky because of overflowing gratitude. Our hotel room was facing the city view. Everyone went out of the room and I was left alone. It was a few hours before new year’s eve and we were waiting until 12 midnight to feel delight in seeing little glow of lights from afar. And then, just then, I saw fireworks lit up just outside the window. It was like looking at those fiery lights at close up view. And I was able to take a picture. I’m a lucky girl.
I really need to sharpen my brain. I have this short-term memory that I need to set a reminder for every single thing that I need to do. In 2013, I came up with a project that I intended to start doing on the very first day of 2014, the 365 Days of Picture Writing. It’s already the 3rd of January and I am only posting my first photo now, how bad is that? I don’t want to cancel my project so I’m still posting it anyway. Better late than never, right?
I got the idea from Lisa Congdon’s art and illustration blog that I shared through a post months ago. My version of the 365 Days project is to take a picture each day of something or someone significant on that particular day. It’s a totally new life for me. I have left my first job and I’m planning to take on a business venture. It’s going to be hard but I believe that I can get through this. 🙂 Since it’s a new year and a new perspective, I want to do things that I have never done before, things with great meaning, and things that I’ve always wanted to do but didn’t had the time and inspiration to even start doing.