August 10, 2011

life as of late

lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate lifeasoflate Our days have been filled with a lot of ballet dancing, rootbeer float drinking, farmer's market visiting, dinner eating, mud-pie making, and general summer-loving. With a ballet intensive for the past few weeks, my sisters and I have been gone all morning, which makes coming home sweeter than ever before. Busy afternoons complete with and lazy evenings spent laughing with family, being outside, reading books, and devouring fresh fruits and veggies.

Life as of late has been busy and smothered in preparations for fall. However, it's a good busy, complete with exciting promises of change. Change for me is a bit scary. I like things to stay the same -- I get stuck in my "comfortable" routine and I want to stay there. But I've come to realize that change, while sometimes painful and difficult, can be good. The Lord closes doors and opens them, and I am determined to be grateful in whatever circumstance.

26 comments :

  1. I know JUST how you feel... changes are good and bad in their own ways!
    I love the simplicity of your photos, Hannah -- keep clicking!

    --Acacia

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  2. Love your photos & the way you go about taking them!
    Love Adeline

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  3. I'm a little bit in love with the produce photos. The farmer's market is my favorite. :)
    xx

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  4. So beautiful - as always!

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  5. Great photos Hannah - what dessert is that in the first couple?

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  6. You have such a way of telling a story through photos.

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  7. You have the most beautiful colourful family! <3 I love looking at your photos and getting a glimpse into your home. You are indeed blessed.

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  8. Ohmigoodness, Hannah! It's been a while since I've stopped by, and your photos have gotten soooo lovely! You've improved soooo much! Gorgeous work!!!! :)

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  9. As always, I'm in love with your photography, Hannah! God has blessed you with such a beautiful gift in that way. *winks*

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  10. Yum, root beer floats.God always works everything for good, including change.

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  11. i have mixed feelings about change, but i'm doing my best to accept what comes and just be grateful. this post was a nice reminder. beautiful photos! :)

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  12. Another wonderfully encouraging and challenging post! :)

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  13. You're making me hungry! :) Beautiful photos.

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  14. I love how you may simple ordinary thing look so extraordianary! Also wanted to let you know I referred to you in my blog post today!

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  15. Beautiful post :)

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  16. You are simply...lovely! I love your photos & words, Hannah!

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  17. mmmmm. can i come for dinner?! : ) that's too much good looking produce for my mouth to not water.

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  18. Gorgeous pictures! And yep, changes scary me too! I've been through MAJOR ones lately! But you're right, they CAN be great, and the Lord will be with us through it all! :)

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  19. brilliant photos!

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  20. The Lord has great plans for you! BTW, love the new blog layout!

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  21. Oh my goodness all that food makes me hungry! Love all the photos though :)

    BTW love the new blog look! Its great! I'd love a layout like this!

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  22. I LOVE YOU. you are amazing and your blog totally warms my heart. keep it up girl

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  23. Gorgeous photos! The rootbeer floats sound really good right now, haha! :-) Sounds like your staying busy in the last few lazy summer days!

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  24. wow your pictures are absolutely beautiful. i am hungry now after looking at this post :)

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  25. I agree with you on change...it's probably the hardest thing to deal with.But with change brings new...and new is exciting!

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