“Your focus determines your reality”
This is the top quote I have in a small frame sitting on my desk. Something I look at multiple times through out the day. As you can tell, my focus for the past few months has not been on posting many blog entries. Life outside of photography has gotten very busy and caused my attention to be focused elsewhere. I’ve been busy preparing for the start of a new long term project:
My wife and I are excited about our first born, Baby Q (for question mark), due in September. Since I know later this year will be very busy for me on the day job front, I have been busy finishing the last few on-going projects around the house as well as the big move…moving my home office out of the future nursery. Today was moving day and I’m ecstatic with how clean my (new) office looks…mostly because I left most of the junk in the old office still. 🙂
Baby Q not only launches my wife and I into the category of parents, but also into the sandwich generation (taking care of a younger and older generation in the same house). Time will tell what all this means with regards to photography, but I wanted to share the news with all my readers so they would know why the long spell of relative photographic silence.