It’s that time of the year where everyone is getting ready for the holidays celebration and maybe preparing a family trip…. Very fascinating stuff. In the meantime, I’m preparing orders and editing the gorgeous portrait of Yazmin Izquierdo. Here’s a quick snap for the road.
As time passes I have learned to become in-tune with my emotions. I don’t know when this new way of feeling hit my head. Maybe it was the reach of my mid thirties or the new found love for my children…. the only thing I know is that now I’m a different person when it comes to letting my feelings do their stuff—If not, ask my wife Luz.
I love what I do because it helps me see time. Seeing time is so difficult specially today when it has become the most expensive commodity in our society. We try to spend time doing the things that we love, caring for the people that surround us, and maintaining a balance between work and life and sometimes we forget what’s important.
What’s important to you is the biggest factor that pushes you to do what you do all the time. It’s the reason you wake up at 5:00 in the morning everyday against your will but you do it because you need to do it. Either is because you need to pay your bills—who doesn’t? Or because you are working double shifts to save enough money to finally buy a pair of legs for your dream to start. Whatever the reason is… it will take all of your “free” time. Time that it’s reserved for your family, friends or social life. But if you dedicate yourself enough and keep on regardless of how tired you become—and yes, you will be so tired… it will pay off. At least for some time, because it keeps on moving and we have to move with it, we have to dance the slow waltz and the fast merengue with the same grace and happiness in order to keep the ball rolling.