I’m honestly starting to freak myself out with this. Just a little.
I’ve managed to stay (mostly) on schedule for more than one week in a row!
It’s been a stressful two weeks, but it hasn’t been all bad. I’ve been: wondering | meeting| catching| loving | taking | thinking | resisting | overthinking | starting | reminding
I’m not a superstitious person.
At the same time, I’m really reluctant to talk about how well this project is going. I feel like if I do, if I talk about how I’m finding a rhythm, I’ll jinx it.
But I’m not a superstitious person, and this project is starting to go really well. Not every single day, but on the days when it does go well, it’s kind of amazing. I’m happy with this project specifically, and I’m thrilled with my photography in general lately.
This is what happened: I thought I was done putting too much pressure on myself with this project. And then I missed a day (lack of inspiration, or motivation, or something else… I can’t remember at this point), and then two days, and then I started feeling anxious about how the project had stalled….
Now that I’ve taken some of the pressure off – and since I’ve had fresh flowers on hand to play with – this project is fun.
I didn’t get a chance to post my Project 365 photos last weekend, for a number of reasons. (And I’m probably going to be a day or two late on this month’s sketchbook post.) But that’s ok: I’m still staying on top of the project in general, and this particular group of photos feels like it works as a set.
I’m completely up-to-date on my Project 365 photos!
Ok. So. The problem – one of the problems – with running behind on posting my Project365 photos is that it gets tricky to keep track of the actual numbers. (I numbered one of the photos incorrectly in the last two weeks, and only just noticed it today.)
Ok, so I might be taking too many pictures of flowers lately.