Hey friends. I need to talk about blessings. I need to talk about these last couple months, and I need to talk business. But first, blessings.
In my last post, I raved about babies babies babies on the horizon! Y’all, they came, and they’re still coming! If I have learned anything in these last few months from the new mamas walking through my new door it’s that God is so very good, and I have been so blessed to be the one to meet these precious little people with a camera and a smile! Things have been a little nuts behind the scenes, but the steady flow of sweet little faces has proven that the good stuff doesn’t stop when the going gets tough, we just have to open our eyes and see it. BLESSINGS.
In the middle of that big time baby boom I stepped out for a few weeks for a minor back surgery. I spent 6 weeks unable to lift my OWN baby (kinda awful), but the end result was incredible relief and I can check that off my to-done list! I’m feeling great again! BLESSINGS.
That brings me to the latest. If you read The Courier-Times on Saturday, you know that the county has made a move to consider a new location for the long-awaited Person County Senior Center – 87 Semora Road. In case you missed it, that’s the same 87 Semora Road I mentioned here when I announced just a few months ago that we are so happy and so home in our new studio space. That post was nothing but the truth. I have loved this spot and loved our neighbors and I STILL DO. At this point, the only thing we know is that we don’t know what’s next. While nothing has been made official, there is a possibility that we will have to move – soon – and if we do, you will hear more from me. As a business owner, I am confident that we will have NO issue carrying out business as usual (regardless of where we are), and I will do everything in my power to make sure that my rock star customers are fully cared for throughout this transition. As a Person County resident, I want the absolute best for this community, and if my address is the best place for the Senior Center, I have no issue with stepping out. Why? BLESSINGS.
Based on years of experience I can tell you that the work we do at Sandfoot Photography does not depend on an address – it depends on blessings, both yours and mine, and y’all, we’ve still got ’em coming. 2016 has been a wild one for sure. Our day-to-day may be a little uncertain at the moment, but I am good with waiting for God to show us all what’s next, because we know already that it’s most certainly not up to us. Hang tight! We have something new to look forward to!