Happy Monday, friends! It's a rainy and cold morning here in Charlotte... so i'm hoping you have better weather wherever you are today! Over the weekend, I spent a lot of time reflecting on my life and in prayer. Lately, I have had a lot riding on my heart but have been to busy to notice it until just recently. Once I recognized the issue, I took all the time I needed to get back on the playing field and feel so refreshed and more "at ease" with everything. Praise God for that because it was much needed. Time in prayer can truly change your outlook on life and the current situations you are in. And it's ultimately the best way to get to know the Lord and grow closer to him.
Friday night consisted of absolutely zero plans and I loved it! Will had to stay at the office later then usual, so I decided to get in my PJ's as soon as I got off work and had a "me" night. Everyone needs one of those type of nights every now and then right? Okay good! On Saturday, I woke up bright and early so that I could get ready and head to Chapel Hill to attend a bridal shower for one of my dearest friends, Kate. While there, I got to catch up with my sweet friend Maddie and also got to meet lot's of people who are special to Kate. It was such a fun day, getting to celebrate a friend and gift her with lots of fun items for her future home :)
Overall the weekend was great and I can't wait for next weekend because Will and I are going on a winery tour and then visiting his mom in Pilot Mountain. Wine and family go hand-in-hand in my book! Oh and before I forget, I wanted to know if any of y'all have heard of Photography Concentrate and a book they have called Extremely Essential Camera Skills. As most of you already know, I have a new camera that I have been trying to figure out and was thinking about purchasing this book! I've heard some good reviews about it, but wanted to get some more input first!
Do you have any suggestions of other books, websites, tutorials or anything that would be useful and revolves around DSLR photography?! I would love to hear from you, some leave a comment and give me your two cents!