When I started my 30 Day Project it was just a bit fun, a project to get me into the habit of taking my camera everywhere and taking some pictures throughout my day. It has become more than taking a few pictures here and there, it has been a meaningful learning journey for me. For the past 30 days I have become to notice the little moments, the significance the everyday tasks have on my life, I have pushed myself outside of my comfort zone, I have opened my eyes and my heart to the environment I live in, I have explored parts of my city I have never ventured before, I have watched bees gathering pollen, I have seen cherry blossom that looks like marshmallows one week and the next is turning to leaf, I have seen the extraordinary in the ordinary. I have growled, I have laughed, I have wanted to cry, I have smiled, I have surrounded myself with people I cherish and love and who I know love me back.
I have discovered that I tell my story with images.