Basics

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A new job with a new schedule has not been easy to adjust to. After three weeks, I find that I’m still feeling a little out of sorts. I love that I have extra time in the mornings, but I’m not making the best use of it and getting home a little later in the evenings, well, it creates a whole new set of challenges. Meal schedules have not been easy to navigate and cleaning is hit-and-miss at best. Thankfully, my family has been very supportive and self-sufficient when necessary.

I’m frustrated that I have not been able to take pictures every day like I had planned but I am also concerned about the limited time that I have with my family as evenings are a mad dash home, make dinner (if they haven’t already), throw in a load of laundry, help with homework (unless it’s math), cleanup from dinner, and all the other little things that having a home and family entail.

As frustrating as it can all be, I have to admit, I love it. I love my family and the crazy life that we live together in this sweet little home. I appreciate that we’re all pretty flexible and able to adjust to changing¬†plans and spontaneous ideas. I enjoy every chance we get to hang out with family and friends and I adore quiet evenings on the couch watching our favorite television shows, even if it does mean that the dishes don’t get done or a load of laundry has to wait another day. And, I appreciate that I now have a career that I sincerely enjoy and look forward to.

Adjusting our schedules has forced me to get back to basics and what really matters. I know that as we get more accustomed to my new schedule that I will be able to spend a little more time on my photography and other things I enjoy but for now…I’m content to take advantage of these moments when they come and just enjoy the love and life that I have.

 

Published by Fence Row Photography

Hello!! Welcome to Fence Row Photography. I am Tina Campbell. Owner, operator, photographer and lover of the great outdoors. Born and raised in Iowa, I have developed an eye for looking beyond the surface of the seasons and it has become my passion to seek, find and share the beauty in the everyday and the unexpected.

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