The Artist in Me–Continued

Remember this day?

Remember I said that the Flashlight Drawing was my favorite session? I finally went to pick up the disc of our art.

There aren’t many things that interest me more than writing, photography, and art. If I had to live my days as the starving artist, I believe I’d choose that over being an Orange County Housewife ANYday. Money doesn’t make me happy. I used to think it would be the bee’s knees and peachy keen to have an endless flow. But then I grew up and got a few gray hairs and learned that while money might make some things easier, it definitely could not satisfy me. If I had mansions and pools and boats and cars and diamonds and florescent white teeth and leathery-tanned skin, and a boob job-wait. I don’t need one of those. So if I had it all…where would I be without my writing? My art? I would most like cease to exist.

So there it is.

If I complain about money again, kindly (or not) remind me of this post. Mmmkay? Thanks.

Back to the Flashlight Drawing.

Pitch black room.
Little flashlights.
Camera on a tripod.

Voila!

Magic Flashlight drawings!


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3 thoughts on “The Artist in Me–Continued”

  1. I don't know how I missed this post. I love how the photos turned out!

    I am with you on the starving artist vs. money thing too. There are people in my life who see the bank account as evidence of success. I believe money has nothing to do with whether one is successful or not.

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