I am a photographer, who loves to write...I do both. I seem to be able to create art through Photography..and express what i feel through writing.
when i am behind the lens of my camera, i go to this place, where the outside world doesn't matter. i go to a place where i can focus on my work and focus on what i love. i freeze moments in time to save forever. i love what i do. i do what i love. i go to a place in my mind, and in my heart, where i can create art. welcome to a piece of that place.
this is me. this is my life. read about it.
Finished my 2nd book for the year, The Fault in Our Stars. It was beautifully written and I loved every page. Read it before the movie comes out.
We finally got one where we were both smiling, and had our eyes open… #onlytook5tries #bestfriends #ghana #skypedate #misshim #missingghana
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Deaf children have a right to a quality education, like all other children, in a language and environment that maximizes their potential. In this video, in conjunction with a global conference in Sydney on equality for deaf people, Human Rights Watch shows some of the challenges faced by deaf children and young people, and the opportunities sign language education offers them.
Summer jobs are often romantic; the time frame creates a perfect parenthesis. Chadwick’s, a local ice-cream parlor, was not. Hard and physical, the job consisted of stacking and wiping and scooping and lifting. I wasn’t sure yet that I wanted to be an actor.This is as close as I’m going to get to an Amy Poehler memoir right now.
More than 35 percent of surveyed American adults say that they have a family member who is married to someone of a different race. Compare this to just 20 years ago, when less than half of the American public believed it acceptable for whites to marry blacks. It’s a clear indication that attitudes and behaviors are shifting with the times.