Hello there! My name is Audrey Kate Procrastination, how are you?
Wahaha. Seriously, though. I apparently have been neglecting the WordPress “write” button lately, oh my…
BUT! I’m here now, so I thought I would update the home page with a few recent foto… um, “FOTO?” *PHotos that I’ve taken.
Is it shocking to y’all how fast June has gone? Just me? I mean, I feel like I’m just sitting here looking at the 24th and it’s just waving at me like “hey, don’t know what you’re doing so I’m.. just gonna.. go…” *inhales* DOES THIS MEAN 2020’S HALF OVER? *screams down the hall*
Eheh, so now I shall show you a few recent pieces of photography. (:
We went to my great uncle’s house for Memorial Day *hides (’twas a month ago)* and he lives in a 1940’s home where he’s lived his entire life, nowhere else. It provides so many interesting photo opportunities.
I’ve enjoyed doing monochromatic photos lately, and when we came back from my Uncle’s house I decided to snap a few sunset photos in monochrome and regular filters.
AHHH piano in a late golden hour… ❤
My goodness. Meet Callie, a family friend’s new puppy. Isn’t she ADORABLE? She’s also crazy, but that’s the minor fact(:
My friends and I decided to do a few ‘rona themed photos, which were really fun (just a note, we weren’t being inconsiderate towards those with the virus, we were just sarcastically portraying the mask/toilet paper/sanitizer scenes around town. (: ) to do.
I hope you’ve enjoyed a few recent photos! Stay tuned for new posts coming soon!
I hope you’re doin’ dandy,
How are you all doing? Which photo was your favorite? What posts would you like to see from me next on my blog? What is your opinion on peanut butter, crunchy or smooth?
Hello everyone! How are you? Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Do you do anything to celebrate?
Spring is getting near and the signs are everywhere! Ah, *sniffs* Spring!
Everything’s fairly bursting with buds and color and blooms and petals, isn’t it lovely?
I’ve taken a few pictures lately and I thought I would share! ❤
All this reminds me of a poem I made when I was probably, uhh.. 7 or 8:
“Spring has sprung in the air so people can enjoy it everywhere.”
*stares into the eyes of my 7 year old self awkwardly*
Speaking of Spring, the fourth annual Spring100 starts on the 19th! It’s a wonderful challenge hosted by Rachel from Shiloh photography. You walk (or run) 100 miles by the time Spring ends (June 20th). Rachel has made it very easy to go to her website and log your miles every Monday along with some sweet pictures from other families doing the challenge, you can even send one in yourself! It’s so fun, and a great thing to do in the lovely Springtime. I will be doing it with my Mom for our second year, I’m excited! Hop on over to Shiloh Photography and sign up!
We recently made a trip to Savannah, GA for about a week. While I was there I was very happy to be able to take some around-the-town photos of the wonderful and lovely Molly Elizabeth Gibson.
We got a few together. So fun!
We had a lot of fun walking from place to place snapping photos, and I was enjoying the BEAUTIFUL Savannah scenery.
Speaking of Molly Elizabeth, she just released her new music video, Danny Boy! Since it’s a famous Irish song, and since today’s St. Pat’s, Have a listen! You’ll be glad you did. SO pretty. ❤
While we were there, we got to spend quite a bit of time with sweet cousins and family at my Aunt’s house.
Too much cuteness! ❤
I love taking photos like these. Looking back upon them, you can almost feel you’re there, right there, in the moment.
I believe that’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed this little clump of photos!
Which part of this was your favorite? Have you ever been to Savannah? Don’t you just LOVE Spring? Will you be doing the Spring100 this year? How did you like the music video?
Well, I believe that’s enough of my southern accent for one post. XD
Hello! I hope you’re all doing well!
Recently my camera has been in full use, almost daily. The weather has provided some lovely shots, from rain, to snow, to heat, to MORE rain, to more heat, and things finally starting to bloom, it’s been fun to experiment!
I’ve enjoyed using Canva to edit and adjust my photos, it’s such a great site!
One thing I’ve been wanting to really work on this year is nighttime photography. I understand my settings, but for some reason night photos were always reeeeaaally dark. I’ve just started to figure it out, so here are some shots from that!
You can juuuussstt make out Orion’s belt there. Don’t you love stars?
Haha, I sneezed while I was taking a picture of this star. XD
With so much rain, the birds have enjoyed getting out and eating. They, for some reason, love to sit on my window.
It looks as if he’s falling! I love watching the birds outside.
The animals, especially during the snow we got a week or two ago, really enjoyed being out.
The evening sky was especially majestic one night. Ah, those colors! True art.
Hehe, these are some strange violin-playing pictures for ya.😂
I bet we’ve had over two feet of rain this year. It’s been crazy!
Heh, we weren’t supposed to have pond here.
aannnddd… then there’s me. 😆 My good friend Savannah took some pictures of me when I went to her house one day.
I have been painting and drawing deer a lot lately, so I decided to put a little fawn on a letter. I really like how this one turned out. Have y’all ever seen baby deer? In the Spring/Summer they cross through the field next to us a lot. They’re so cute!
I hope you enjoyed a few recent photos I’ve been taking! Let me know, which was your favorite?
I hope you’re all doing wonderfully!
What’s your weather like? Do you have snow? Do you like sunsets? How about fawns? What’s your favorite season? What are your thoughts on Mac ‘n cheese; the real deal, or from a box?
If you would like to try Canva, here is my link for joining. When you do, you’ll receive a free premium image, illustration, or art! Go check it out!
I was starting to write a letter today after I bought a few things at Hobby Lobby (“the Hob Lob” as we call it) and I wanted to make it very fallish. It seems like Christmas is just around the corner, a few people I know have decorated! So I definitely want to squeeze as much fall in as I can.
Letter writing is a great way to do that!
I though I would share with y’all some of the small things that make your letters pop with the seasons in simple ways.
NO. 1 Toned card + envelopes
Hobby Lobby, one of my favorite places, has a nice selection of packeted cards and envelopes. They have these nice rectangular brown ones there now (50%, too!) that I got earlier. They’re a nice difference from the regular white, and when you do reds and oranges on them, the brown looks so nice and fallish!
NO. 2 Colored pens
these are a great way to make your cards and envelopes pop and immediately remind you of fall. I always go for reds, oranges, browns and greens.
I made a quick, simple card using the bullet end of a dual brush pen for the words and the brush end for the leaves.
I got those two front plaid wash tapes at Hobby Lobby earlier. I thought the would be fun to use through the fall and winter months in my bullet journal and on letters.
NO. 3 Tapes or stickers
These are affordable, long-lasting touches for your letters. The fun patterns and widths are just so fun to see on envelopes in the mailbox, and they’re fun to put on everything.
NO. 4 Tiny tidbits and fun things
Fall themed stickers, papers, poems, Artist Trading Cards (ATC’s), paintings, cutouts, etc. are fun touches to put inside a letter when it doesn’t seem like enough. There is usually always some fun little thing to add a little more joy to the letter when it is opened.
NO. 5 Colorful envelopes
I kept the envelope pretty simple, but the reds and the plaid make it stand out. You can draw a box around the address in bright colors, paint, sketch, anything. It’s so fun to personalize the mail!
The last thing I got from the good ‘ole Hob Lob was a new wax seal stamp. The whole stamp pin came off of my old one, so I figured I should upgrade(: I got the heart stamp, and I really like it!
NO. 6 Wax seals
These are my favorite part. I don’t do it every time, but I really enjoy choosing the colors. (I bought this from Amazon. Great buy!)
I used a gold over the wide plaid washout tape I got. It turned out pretty! A very simple and easy way to make your envelope fancy and pretty.
I hope y’all enjoyed that! It was something I had on my mind to share, it was fun!
Now, I attempted to take some portrait photography for my blog for a new Gravatar image and such, but I ended up having to recruit my brother. It’s really hard to get it to be focused perfectly on a tripod and ten-second timer!
This was one I took by myself. It turned out good, but I kept getting the washed-out background (upper left), so I called good ‘ole Evan.
I think he did pretty good! It was a frigid windy day, so camera shake and all was hard to avoid, BUT THE LIGHT! ♥
This one probably turnout the best out of all of them. My hair was being wiped all ’round!
These leaves were so pretty!
He attempted to catch me mid-hairflip, but alas, no good….
…AH! There we go. XD *applauds brother generously*
Oh, you know, just your every-day stride in the midst a field. (;
Is it a bird? no, a plane! It’s AUDREY KATE! The severely ungraceful land-skater! 😂
Maisy trudged through the woods to join us when we were walking back. She didn’t know she would be in a picture, though! Hehe. (She wasn’t that grateful…)
I hope you all are having a DEEElightful evening!
What was your favorite part about the letter? Do you use wax? What photo was your favorite? Di Evan do a good job?
It’s actually cold. We’ve got the heat on. We set out the chipped pumpkin flower pot. And I’m wearing my yard sale striped bunny socks.
It must not be Summer any more.
Well, I haven’t done many posts where I’m just talking and talking for many a word until I say “I guess that’s good for now,” So Today’s The Day™. (Does it seem right that I just pictured myself as some sort of interesting looking superhero then? Teeheehee)
So, starting out, may I just say….
I’ve abandoned Inktober.
I know, I deserve the shaming shake-of-the-head, but it really wasn’t my thing, you know? The prompts just weren’t my style, aand I wasn’t really enjoying it like I ought. (Does the, “like I ought” strangely remind you of Little Women like it does me?)
I’m still drawing every day for the rest of this month, but the prompts are out the window and crushed under a moving car. (Wow, no need to be harsh, Audrey!) Anyway, I guess I’m still technically “doing” Inktober, but promptless.
I’m trying to get back in the rhythm of drawing more realistically, so I’ve been working on eyes. They’re a fun thing to draw and paint.
Yippee! Today’s the first day of Cassia’s photo contest, and the “prompt” today was door. Now, you wouldn’t believe the puzzle I had this morning taking a picture of doors. It was a fun challenge, though! Our door handles were a fun shape and color against our sage colored doors.
Clara was so sweet to tag me for the “10 THINGS THAT MAKE ME HAPPY TAG” and what better time to do it?
Rules: List 10 things that make you happy. (Linking to them, sharing pictures, writing poems about them, telling jokes, etc. are all encouraged but not required.) Then, tag 10 people who make you happy (and notify them of their tag).
No. 1: Maisy Lou Hoo (Maisy (: )
Maisy makes me so happy, when she’s jumping in the air, snoring, or ferociously biting my ankles (for fun, of course, I think… maybe…).
No. 2: Pen pals and letter writing.
Have you ever gotten a personalized, beautiful piece of mail? Whenever I make or get letters, I always am so happy.
No. 3: Music, both ways.
I play lots of instruments, Piano, Guitar, Violin, Ukulele, and I love listening to music as well. I get moved by music. It’s such a wonderful thing!
No. 4: Teaching Music
I’m a piano teacher, and there’s something bout it that’s just so great. I love seeing my students progress and enjoy their playing.
No. 5: Bullet Journaling
Now, you people know me. I Bullet Journal, and It’s one of my very favorite things. The personalization of it is the best part, and they’re so effective and cute!
No. 6: Leaves
It’s that time of year! I LOVE Autumn and the beautiful leaves and pumpkins that are out. The best part of the year!
No. 7: Puppies
Aww! Who could go wrong with puppies?
No. 8: Brush Lettering
This is something I’ve loved learning and it is so pretty. I love all the pens as well(:
No. 9: Pens + stationery
AH! How I do love these things. Pens have been my collection able items since Gel pens were the rage. (I still love me a good juicy gel pen!)
No. 10: Photography
I’ve been into this since I got my first dSLR camera, It’s so fun, the different varieties of things to photograph. I’m so glad cameras were invented, where would we be without them?
I hope you all enjoy! And if you were not tagged and wish to do this, feel free! I’ll enjoy seeing what makes you happy(:
So, life is busy. Does it seem like it just gets busier and busier as you get older? I know I’ve talked about this before, but time is such a gift. I’m putting some elbow grease into working on savoring every moment as I am now, a teenage girl.
Sometimes we look forward to something and look forward to something, that we rush away the days that matter more. Now, that’s a bit extreme, but still, I remember times when I would be dying for Christmas to come, and Thanksgiving and things that mattered would be trampled under my Santa’s elf slippers. I mean, wow.
I even had a Rudolph costume, complete with a harness with bells and a red nose. Mmm. (Being ten, ya know? XD)
The remaining slice of October is quite jam-packed, but I like it.
I am doing a lot of school now that I’m in High school, but we still get up at the crack of dawn to go yardsaling on Fridays and Saturdays. Hey, it’s economics class! (:
Doesn’t it seem like the plural of “Moose” would be “Meese,” like “Goose” is “Geese?” Hmm.
I miss Morty the moose!
(from our trip out West)
The color is still here, but, luckily, its’ cool now. The mornings have been in the 40º’s!
Do you like cold weather?
Well, this is nearing 1,000 words, a length of posts I haven’t done in awhile, so this has been fun! Do you enjoy a variety of things in a post, or just one topic? I can’t decide. I think I like reading both.
What do you have coming up this week?
Look back for a few days to see my photography for Cassia’s contest. I’m looking forward to the different shots I’m going to take! It’s going to time out perfectly for some of the shots, we’re going to Peachtree City (near Atlanta) and Stone Mountain for the Country Living Fair (post coming!).
I hope you’re having a wonderful day, and I can’t wait to see if you’re doing the tag!
Do you like batman? Do you have striped bunny socks? What’s your favorite part of Autumn? Do you say “Meese?” Can you drive?