When You're Gone is an ode to my hardworking husband whose military careers takes him out of town for days, weeks and months at a time. It's a funny, sad, true and raw realization of what I do when he is gone.
It was one of those days in April where gray clouds billowed in the sky, but the sun was trying its hardest to poke through. I pulled up to the Senior Living community with my camera, tripod and lighting kit in hand, ready to photograph 11 complete strangers.
1. You make time for what’s important.
This came in the form of swim workouts last week. I went to the gym at 4pm and had 1 hour to get in and get out of the pool. When I showed up, the pool was closed because of an electrical issue. I pr...