Hope this finds everyone in good spirits after the holiday. Here in New Hampshire we are expecting a snowstorm. I cannot wait for the world to turn winter wonderland overnight. It is hard to believe that we are hurtling towards 2016. I am looking forward to the New Year and all that it will bring. 2015 has been a mixed bag for me, and while I grew so much, I am looking forward to a clean slate.
After Thanksgiving I took the plunge of buying a New Nikon, and it has a fierce learning curve. I am looking forward to longer days, so I can get out and learn the settings. It takes incredible photos, but I want to become a master of it, and I want to excel further towards my goals. I am lucky to have a good job, but my ultimate goals is to work for myself writing and taking photographs.
I have spent the majority of the month finishing the first major edit of my manuscript. Even as I write, all I want to do is get back to molding my story. It is a fictional story that I began to think of when I was 15 years old, and it is hard to believe that it has come this far. I hope that someday soon I can share it with the world. In many ways It is like bearing the surface of my heart to the entire world, so it is frightening. Yet also incredibly exciting. It has been a story I have been working on for so many years, and I cannot express how excited I am to see it come to life. I am happy that I started blogging, because it has given me the confidence to continue to pursue publishing.
I hope that you all have a wonderful end to your holiday season,