Dayv, you got alot on your plate fellow. A new kid on the way and your medical issue. You focus on getting better. I enjoy seeing your world through your eyes. Dude, I will be praying for you and your family. May you have a speedy recovery and your wife has a easy delivery. Take care, dog gone, Dogman707
Thanks, dude. I’m feeling MUCH better these days. Haven’t had any issues or even the slightest amount of pain since the last stint in the hospital.
I’m working on High Street Low Street Colombo now and it’s coming along really well. I’m super excited to get it out there.
Still waiting for the baby to arrive. I’ve been going on walks a lot lately with the wife but I don’t bring my camera. I’m not sure why not. I think i’m just taking a break. I’ll get back at it one day.
THE TIME TO STOP FUCKING AROUND AND DO SHIT STARTS RIGHT NOW.
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.