I think it's always important to be thankful for the big things and the small things. The available parking spot closest to Target. Sunshine-y weather on your day off. A good hair day with no frizz. The remnants of a Toblerone
chocolate bar you forgot about in the kitchen cupboard. (Oooooh, my personal favorite.)
Even being thankful for learning experiences that take place outside of my comfort zone.
A few posts back, I mentioned that I had the opportunity to help shoot a wedding alongside Ananda Shorey of Bliss Fotography.
And looking back at the photos, remembering how nervous and excited I was to have been given such an opportunity, still brings a smile to my face.
In the midst of the anxiety and running around trying to learn and absorb all I could from this experience, (and of course, trying to make sure I didn't drop my own camera, trip over my own feet, or get in anyone's way), I grew in ways that only happen when you're out in the field. As a photographer and as an artist, I got to dive right into a real experience outside way beyond my nice little comfort zone.
And for that, as I'd said, I am thankful.
Here's to being thankful for learning experiences. And for Toblerone chocolate bars.