I spent yesterday evening, yes, a lonely Friday night, taking photos and recording my first ever circle lens experience! Lensvillage.com was kind enough to send me a pair of beautiful GEO Starmish Gray Princess Mimi Medical lens that were 14.5mm and in beautiful dark colour! Here is a small preview of what I was up to last night ... a good way to spend a Friday night ?
I'll post a full review soon so do remember to check it out my lovely readers! Much more photos to come with reviews, ratings and more...
Anyways. I've been feeling slightly behind in many things recently. Sometimes, you just get the feeling that there's LOTS to be done but not much time, or that there are weeks when we just feel quite lazy, slow or not motivated to work. I don't know - am I supposed to enjoy these days where I do not achieve much in terms of actual productivity ? Or are these days really bad and are we supposed to work every day of our lives ? People nowadays are very focused on development, be it economic, social or in terms of money. Is this the only way to measure success?
I have to admit, I'm a work-a-holic, and yet I'm quite listless and "lazy" sometimes. By that I mean, I don't enjoy working too much, but if I don't work hard until I'm really stressed, I end up feeling guilty and angry. For not pushing myself to the limit. It's like a constant state of conflict - self inflicted ones!
If only I can be as carefree as my little dear dog! I know, it's strange to envy animals, but still... I can't help going all soft when I see this furry little animal. He's such a free spirit. Even with a boomerang on his neck.
Need. To. Relax. And stay strong. And must limit the amount of pears I'm eating every day (I'm totally loving pears right now - so much that I'm getting a rumbly stomach!). If you are going through tough times, hard days, hard nights and a difficult time in life right now, whatever small or big things that are happening right now, I believe that you just got to KEEP TELLING YOURSELF to stay powerful, stay brave and live with it. Some days things will be better, and that's what keeps me (and you too) going. Listening to music or going to the gym always helps me too.
Some tunes for this tough November week:
Milo Greene - Silent Way
Milo Greene - 1957