Well, I have one week left on the job at KATU. It is a bit bittersweet. Atferall, I have spent six years at the station and eleven years in the TV business. I will miss the people at KATU. I will miss the commraderie. I will miss the interesting stories I tell and the people I meet everyday, and I’ll miss Norm’s coffee (our assigment editor makes the best coffee!) But you know what?
Change is WONDERFUL!
I’m so excited to start my new life as a full-time portrait photographer. It’s scary. It’s magnificent. It’s a crossroad. I can’t believe I actually have the courage to start a whole new career and begin life anew. Who would have thought? Lil ‘ol me? How many people get this chance? I feel so blessed. I feel so honored that I have found a new life passion–a passion that is even stronger than the first. Creativity, art, style, people and human connection—all wrapped into one package. Most of all, I’m amazed that I will be able to get up every morning and say ,
“I love my job!”
Wow! That’s all I can write—wow. To able to connect with families and tell the story of who they really are–to create their family heirloom and stamp in history a moment of their lives?
That is a miracle.
Seven days to start my life fresh— what a moment that will be. I can’t wait.
Until next time,