My New Normal
Some of you already know that I moved (again) this summer, though thankfully for the last time, for the foreseeable future anyway. I have to say how thankful I am to readers who have asked how the move went. It truly warms my heart that so many of you have taken an interest, because to me, well, I'm just...me. Rest assured my girls and I are all settled in and adjusting to life in the country. We recently took my camera out to our pond to get some shots of baby cranes that hatched this summer, and I wanted to share all of the pics from that day with you all.
Moving from the city to the country has been challenging in some ways and easier in others. I am still struggling to get back into my work schedule, though I assure you guys there will be even more original content coming to krisztinawilliams.com, as I have more space here and more places for photo shoots on-site.
Change, even when it's good, is never easy though. People always ask me how I'm so calm and happy with so many major changes constantly surrounding my life. I have to give credit to my dear friend and former therapist Mary on this one. She always said things like, "You never know what's around the corner," and "If you could just see what your life could look like in a year from now or five years from now." And so I began to see those things...I began to envision something better. Whether it's my hundred-year-old carpet that I can't wait to turn into hard wood floors or a new love interest that I hope will not end painfully, I keep looking forward and envisioning the positive things I want in my life. It really boils down to hope and focus - focusing on the positive things that already are, and hoping in the good things that will surely come.
It also helps that my girls are happy. You know the saying "When momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy." I never liked that saying. As long as the kids are happy, that is when I am most happy.
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