Denver Family Photographer. I haven’t blogged since the first week of February and for those that know me that a LONG time. I was so busy in February I barely had time to breathe. I had scheduled myself to be out of town every single weekend, totally by accident. I went to Dallas, Disneyland, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Las Vegas, and then ended the month back in Dallas. I was honestly really looking forward to some downtime in March, but damn THIS is not what I meant. COVID-19 can literally kiss my ass.
To be honest, I am an extrovert with some pretty introvert tendencies. I love people. I love photographing people. I love helping people, but I also LOVE just sitting at home with my family. Social distancing, with a splash of video-conferencing, is really my happy place. Just as long as I have food, alcohol, and something to keep me occupied, I will be alright. We’re ending our 4th week of social distancing and we are all surviving, I dare say Chloe is the happiest child ever.
I just postponed my first session, Mia’s 1st birthday, so I’m feeling a bit sad. All my April sessions were pushed to May/June, so I am optimistic the stay at home orders will be lifted by then. I am just dreaming of photographing my next sessions because I am overdue for baby snuggles. I am thinking of sending out an email so I can scheduling virtual video chats with my families. I miss them so much.
So what I have been up to? I have been perfecting my Orange-Almond Cake (Torta de Almendra) and lasagna recipe. When this is lifted I will likely spend at least an hour a day at the gym for 100 days straight. I don’t have any awesome pictures to share, so maybe I should work on my food photography skills.
Do the same as this Denver Family Photographer and just stay home.