Day 93 - Row.
Day 93 - Good morning. Ah! It's Saturday. I hope you all are sitting back, enjoying a late morning cup of joe and slowly savoring a delicious breakfast. I'm going to keep this blog post short and sweet today as it Saturday and who wants to be reading a blog on Saturday morning? Everyone should be out doing something they enjoy like sneaking a chocolate croissant or going to Costco.
Speaking of blogs, I have been doing some thinking about this blog. Yesterday, I had to say goodbye to an old friend. My one and only DSLR Nikon D40x camera. Rest in peace dear friend (Insert dramatic salute here). The camera was 10 years old and it traveled with me to birthday parties, parades and exotic places such as Peru, Illinois. It was a great camera. On Thursday at the peak of blog stress and frustration, the shutter stopped working. At the moment this camera died, I wanted to quit this stink'n blog, throw it away in the trash and go eat a donut.
Creating a blog or anything for that matter can be frustrating and exhausting. The process can sometimes take us in a journey to test ourselves. It's scary because we have to trust that we aren't wasting time, money and energy on something that will never grow. This brings me to today's project.
Today think of a time there was doubt in something you were creating or doing. Decide if the process was worth the time, energy and money. Then write or think what you learned about yourself.
For me, I would quit this blog in a heartbeat if it wasn't teaching me how to bring the best of myself everyday. Something tells me there is something bigger pushing me to keep creating and I just need to keep rowing.
So die another day blog, R.I.P camera and I will see you tomorrow kids.