I have a lot to be happy about. I’ve got a beautiful and awesome wife, a supportive and loving family, a few good friends, and my first born on the way. I just thought I’d whine a bit. I’m not lying in a cold bath staring at a razor blade or anything.
I really thought I’d be more successful by this stage in life (not as a photographer). No matter what my situation was in the past, I was always optimistic that something would come; that one of my fanciful dreams or ideas would come to fruition.
Indeed, my mood is made worse, these past months, as I am increasingly frustrated by often-painful stomach problems, which, despite ample medical attention, don’t seem to be getting any better.
That always-lurking optimism has lost its intensity and I haven’t even touched my camera in what seems like weeks.
That’d be ok, except that I feel ashamed about it. That’s my hobby and now I don’t even do that. That faded optimism has dampened my desire to publish a book of my Sri Lanka photography and the fear of failure currently has a strong grip on my psyche.
Heey! Was excited to see and read your interview on Eric's blog!
Word. That interview was a lot of fun. Best one yet. Be cool,
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