Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Clarity


I seek moments of clarity; I pine after them actually-when the answers to my quests are delineated. I forget sometimes to relish in the journey, to see the joy in the struggle, the plight, and the heartache. The path isn't always clear, clarity doesn't always come quickly, but that is part of living- realizing that life can be beautiful, obliquely blurry. Focus: it's all a matter of personal perspective.

3 comments:

Celeste said...

You have such a way with words. I wish that I could express myself with such "clarity". However the sad truth is grammer and english were never my forte. I love your pictures!!! We would love for you to take pictures of our family as well. You have some incredible skills going on.

Rebecca said...

All right Celeste quit kissing up to Kam, she's all mine! JK

But sge's right, your pictures are devine and I only hope I can learn to take pictures like you do. They are gorgeous (said with a heavy New York accent for emphasis.)

So Kam, you're coming to Colorado? Can you do the two-for-the-price-of-none if you swing into town? Can we please have some pretty pictures by you too!

Tonya said...

Oh focus...

In and out of it I go...life seems to be a blur at times...but when it is back in focus it is all so beautiful...and simple. The blur is totally self-created, but necessary at times...without the blur, we can't realize how stinkin' beautiful things are in the right and clear perspective...

Here's to your blurry day, Kam...may you wake with clarity and be freshly aware of how beautiful it all is (even amist all the stinky cows)! Just blur the background...(or the cows and all we talked about earlier today)...(yes, I have been photoshopping too much lately)

See ya tomorrow...

Tonya