Thursday, June 26, 2014

"Not having enough time!"

Lately, I've found myself complaining about "not having enough time". Whether that be not having time to cook a decent dinner, or not being able to hang out with my best friends... or even not being able to go to the gym because I'm too tired with all the late nights of editing I've been pulling... but you know what I can't complain about? I'm photographing the most beautiful moments. As I said a few posts ago, this week my church is volunteering to teach 300 kids the basics about their favorite sports, all while showing the love of Christ. So yeah, I'll take this over a fancy dinner any day.








After Sports Camp last night we took the youth group to Sweet Frog and had a blast. Yeah, it was a super late night...yeah, I'm beat today, and yeah those teens say stuff/do I don't always understand...but I freaking love them. Every last one of them. It's so fun to be a part of such a fun group who absolutely love to serve. I'm so proud of them!

Also lately, I'm finding myself being more and more thankful for what I have, and also the people that I'm blessed to know. Life really is too short to not take notice of the small things around you every day... so, hug your family, compliment strangers, speak your mind, and go ahead...eat the occasional donut ;)

It's almost Friday!!

8 comments:

  1. "Life really is too short to not take notice of the small things around you every day" what a perfect way of putting it, I couldn't agree more!

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  2. Ahh Kayla this post makes me so happy! :) Go you for having such a positive attitude!

    xo, Hima
    Hima Hearts

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  3. Those kids are so precious! They look so very happy.

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  4. This is such a great post! I love the solo cup pictures!! What a perfect shot!! :)

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  5. This is so great! I absolutely love being a youth leader to my middle school and high school kids in church. They're at such an awkward stage but that's the beauty in it! Enjoy the rest of your time with them :)

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  6. What are those things in the first picture?? Glad you are having so much fun w/ sports camp- despite the craziness!

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  7. You're heart is so good! The kids looked like they were having so much fun! What a blessed experience that you got to be part of both behind in the lens and with your own eyes. Get some rest tonight! I am sure yesterday was totally worth being exhausted today.

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  8. Kayla, these photos are stunning. It's hard to catch teenagers doing their thing, and you totally caught their personalities!

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