It is Friday and I am inspired to do absolutely nothing today! It is chilly out and I think I am going to veg inside my nice, cozy warm home! My son is playing with his Christmas presents, so I can guarantee at least a few minutes of him being occupied without being bored. ha!
Yesterday was a wonderful day at my mother's home spent with family and close family friends. It's nice to sit around and catch up on old stories and new stories. See the siblings that you normally wouldn't get to see in everyday life. I am so blessed with the people in my life. They all can truly offer something in this world.
The world is a better place with this little guy! James Michael Smith is such a loving little boy and I am so glad to call him my son. He makes his momma so proud.
Hoping that next year is full of things that inspire us all to do some good in this world. Spread love, and donate to the needy. Spend time with those less fortunate and don't give up on all the promises that God has for us.
Welp, that is all for now! Peace, Love and Happiness.
Here is some pre- New Years motivation to get you out there looking and feeling good about yourself!
1st - start everyday with the thought that something good is going to happen
2nd - surround yourself with positive uplifting reading material
3rd - make sure you work out to increase the oxygen and adrenaline. Increased adrenaline and blood flow ultimately leads to a more healthy positive mind frame.
4th - Stay hydrated. Helps you stay sharp mentally! And you're body isn't bloated with unnecessary carbonation. (Although you will see me with one coke zero at least one a day) ...hey, I'm not perfect! :-)
Sure beats the prices of the portrait studios. I love my camera and it brings out the same quality as those pictures that you would pay hundred of dollars for. Natural lighting and outdoor scenery.
The idea was for me and my son to wear matching outfits (same color shirt and jeans). My shirt ended up being more of an apricot and my son's shirt was a little bit more in the pink family. Either way, it was a nice day with my son. Always fun to capture memories!