While I was out wandering on a cold winter day this week,

I thought about comfort levels and my first thought was that I’m not comfortable in this freezing weather since I keep failing to wear the right winter clothes.  My next thought was how do some appear so calm when others, usually like me, scatter immediately when a comfort zone is challenged.

I’m sure this year I will be navigating through many new situations with my photography business that stretch my comfort zone and  

I’m not sure if it’s my age or no longer thinking about successful landings, but I’m not really worried, just curious, about

what is on the horizon.

The introvert in me may wonder many times, especially when I’m displaying my photos beyond the internet in the real world, if I’ve gotten a little carried away with my love of the Life is Good saying “Do What You Love, Love What You Do,” but 

the photographer in me is going to love the challenge.

If you’re curious about new additions to the gallery or buying a photo, please visit my photography site Curious Wandering.

8 Replies to “The Week In Seven Photos”

  1. I remember coming across some “Life is Good” mugs many, many years ago, on a trip from UK to US. We loved the “do what you love, love what you do” phrase, and it’s stuck with us ever since – as have the mugs!
    Enjoy the weekend!

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    1. I have quite an extensive Life Is Good collection of items that I keep adding to and at forty that great “do what you love, love what you do” phrase helped set me on a new course that now has me wandering off in another new direction. I hope that Harper is ready to begin wandering a little further from home. Enjoy the weekend!😁


  2. Comfort zones can be scary places when you start to push boundaries. Doing what you love and loving what you do comes out in everything you do. You got the right attitude to the exciting new venture so you go girl! 😀

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