The late summer rush has faded like a sunset off in the distance in a rear view mirror while driving back home from the west. At least that’s how I’m imagining it right now. Work and trying to find a pattern in being a father has eaten up my time as if it was a disposable commodity but it feels good to be back here on these pages, sharing with you guys for the first time in a while.
It’s the time of year that I start to consider the future and with the looming election upon us nothing feels certain aside from the joy in my daughter’s smile. As long as that stays firmly in place I feel as though things could be ok. Is it possible to feel sentimental about the future? Falls into the category of a daydream, or hope maybe, but it’s a feeling I try to capture and hold onto as days slip by.
So as I dug through old photos that I thought would be nice to share after a long absence from posting, this frozen lake stood out. The scene is from a rest stop off the side of a highway in Korea which we came across during a day trip the last time we were there. It’s stillness gives me pause, so much water and land lays frozen and calm. The photo eases my mind and gives fuel for the hope I spoke of a moment ago.
Approaching the end of another year I look at 50ft and hope that I can push forward with new ideas that will help secure its future. I am one tiny step away from kicking off a new era and I truly hope to take that step in the next month here before the holidays take hold. At any rate, we all have a big week ahead of us, wishing us all the best, hopefully this frozen lake brings you a little bit of calm as well.