I've mentioned this in my bio, but to give you more insight into my life, I'll elaborate: I'm a part-time photographer.
During the week I work as a writer. I love writing. And I love photographing people, too. Writing gives me a chance to flex my creative and problem-solving muscles in a totally different way than photography. Plus, I work with some really awesomely smart and inspiring people. I work with my friends.
I also have a son, a husband, three cats and a dog.
So my day looks like this:
Drive to work.
Work. Work. Work.
Hang out with Kyle.
Maybe laundry? Maybe dishes?
All of that gets me to here. To where and when I'm writing this right now. The late hours of the night with Henry curled up at my side and the dim glow from my laptop washing over his sweet little face. This is when I dream a little bigger. When I edit photos. When I schedule social posts and blog posts. When I update my website. When I upload galleries and order prints and design albums.
I could be sleeping. Or reading. Or watching Law & Order: SVU. So why do I do it? I like being busy. I like challenging myself. I like taking cool photos and helping people feel beautiful and happy and cool. I like knowing people are looking back at photos I took and remembering.
So I'll stay up late. Not every night. But a lot of nights. I'll keep writing and editing and pausing to watch Henry's round toddler belly rise and fall. Rise and fall.
But it's getting late and I should be getting to bed.