I love change.
I think it all started because my dad was in the Air Force while my brother and I were growing up, so we moved frequently. We got to move from being a "corn husker" in Nebraska, to eating bratwurst in Germany, to throwing newspapers in blizzards in Upstate New York, then down here to become Texans.
I love mixing it up and creating new spaces. When I was young I would constantly make-over my room from yellow with hearts, to Lion King jungle, to EJH red and black, to orange walls with Hawaiian flowers, to a beautiful blue. And when I became a teen I branched out to the rest of the house. I would rearrange our entire apartment while my parents were at work. It drove my mom nuts. Every once in awhile she would leave it to the new configuration ...unless I touched her kitchen.
The sad thing is I rarely slow down and take pictures of where I live (unless that is in Costa Rica and then I'll take as many pictures as my SD card will hold).
So today after I received another round of numbing injections in my back and Blanca got done cleaning, I slowed down to take some pictures. We're already starting the process of a complete renovation on our entire home and I wanted to freeze this wonderful moment in our life into pictures. They aren't the most exciting pictures, but they'll mean a lot to me and Paul later down the road.
...I still have so much more to shoot, but let's take this a day at a time.