Monday, 1 September 2014

August & Everything After

As I've mentioned before my summer isn't quite over yet. Tomorrow myself and the camp director are headed back to camp to finish shutting down the site for the winter and tying up a few loose ends with paperwork. I was home for the weekend though and I spent most of my time trying not to hyperventilate about the "what happens next" thoughts that seem to be taking over in my head. 

In an attempt to combat the influx of stressful and anxious inducing thoughts I spent a lot of time this weekend cleaning my room and watching 19 Kids & Counting. I did leave the house long enough to spend the day at my grandparents and take some photos, which was probably the highlight of my weekend. 

I really need to figure out what to do with all these photos. I think my first step is going to be investing in a external hard drive to store them all on, but after that I'm not sure. I don't necessarily want physical albums of sunsets, flowers and random animals with the occasional family/friend photo taking up space in my house. But it also seems silly to let them all sit in their digital state for all of eternity. I'd love to hear your suggestions on what exactly to do with all these photos. Especially the ones I take while playing with the camera…let's be real, nobody wants or needs hundreds of photos of my coffee cup. 

Sunsets are my absolute favourite. 

I've got a busy few days ahead so my posting streak is probably about to end before it ever started but hopefully once I return to the land of reliable internet I'll have life a little more figured out. Until then I am off to sort through another box in my closet and pack up some things I'll need for the next week. 

Linking up one last time with Rachel & Lisa! I've really enjoyed participating in their Weekly Wrap-Up link up over the past few months!

1 comment:

  1. Your photographs are so pretty! Hmmm... I put all of my favorite photos on a memory card and then display them on a digital frame. Some of my guests seemed to like looking at them.