I'm really not one to take pictures of everything I'm doing, maybe it's because I haven't adopted the European carry-all yet. (Yes, this is a Seinfeld reference) Regardless, there are so many times where I wish I would have had a camera to catch the "I can't believe we just did that" moments or "this was wicked cool" experience. Often enough, I say to myself, "Bryan, you should have brought your camera!" But I never have explored that softer side of my personality. To be perfectly honest, I probably just have a cruddy camera.
Anyway, in the last two months I've missed out on taking pictures of friends and family while doing the Easter Pageant, striking the stage for the Easter Pageant (it's really cool to stand on top of the angle stage when it's all over), baseball games, exploring public buildings, riding bikes along the canals, making my first gourmet dinner, going to first night and meeting Ghostbusters wanna-a-bes, hiking Camelback, evening walks and getting caught in water sprinklers, acrobatic stunts on the trampoline, open mic nights, getting dirty working on putting on a wench or replacing a pulling on a tension arm or any of the small moments that crack me up.
Life for me has been a daily miracle and surprises around every corner. This summer is playing out to be one of the best ever, not replace the "Summer of Bryan slash Summer of Chad" that we had two years ago when we started our baseball trips, made a single trip to Boston, and then rolled out to Cali a few times. But throw in Lake Powell, a few family weddings, and random weekends to the beach and mountains...there might be a new "King of the Summer" this August.
Hopefully more pictures to come.