Slow Down

This week and next are the type of weeks which my soul dreads. I’ve got a full social schedule, I’m spending far too much time driving, and I can’t focus on any single task without someone chiming in to pull me into another task. I call this “running hot,” and I can’t do for long.

I’m looking forward to flipping the calendar to October and slowing down. This is why the photo below speaks to me.

Nikon D7000 with 18-105 mm lens; 18 mm; ISO 200; ƒ/8; 1/400 sec

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  1. What doesn’t get done today will be there tomorrow.

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