i’ve been living in boston since april and haven’t managed to muster much creativity in a long while. this is probably the worst venue to say that photography has fallen by the wayside and a part of me feels entirely disconnected. but with a new home, job, & routine forming, (and confirmation that the old camera i bought off ebay actually functions..), i’m hopeful that i’ll have the headspace to begin again.
i’m used to making a home out of temporary places, but finally, i’ve found one that for the foreseeable future, will be mine. as much as my generation’s obsession with wanderlust (i’ve grown to roll my eyes at this word) continues to make everyone feel like they need to be somewhere else, i’m grateful to finally be standing still. even after traveling to scenic, already flourishing gardens for short stints, nothing has been as satisfying as watching my own struggle of a garden start from scratch and change evvver so slightly each morning.
1 thought on “new roots”
OMG Anna, you are so classy and make your home so. I love these photos and to see a peek of you in your macrame halter!!
You’re so special, I knew you were from the moment Linda told me, in Arcata CA circa 1982, her daughter’s name was going to be Anna.
Do you have your own place? Did you paint it yellow?! You have your Mom’s decorating skills and then some. I assume you’re enjoying your job–it sounds special.
I’m glad you’re happy and feeling settled, that you pulled your camera back out–and that you did, in fact, have some Bohemian gypsy traveling days–partially to the best European country and the best American city! LUCKY GIRL
Linda, you did so good!!
Love you both, Valerie
On Tue, Aug 2, 2016 at 10:04 PM, anna teresa photo wrote:
> anna teresa photo posted: ” i’ve been living in boston since april and > haven’t managed to muster much creativity in a long while. this is probably > the worst venue to say that photography has fallen by the wayside and a > part of me feels entirely disconnected. but with a n” >