This past weekend was extremely inspiring I went to Watkins Glen State Park in New York. I needed to hike and shoot. I have been under a lot of stress and really needed to unwind. I was truly grateful to be able to climb all the way to the top. I walked over some train tracks that were elevated at least 300 feet in the air. I was scared I'm not gonna lie after I got on the tracks a whole family started following me which relieved some of my anxiety I was feeling. This year feels like it flew by and now October is right around the corner. I was so stressed about my old landlord in NYC trying to rob me with interest of what I owed when I left. My next step is to follow up with the courts because I believe their attorneys have illegally done some funny stuff. Anyways back at the ranch...
I hav to go back to Watkins Glen Park I felt like I can do anything after making that hike, shyt I know I can.
Much like the rocks in this image my life has replicated this in my journey of life. I went to an event last week which opened the door to me meeting other women filmmakers. Though the event was more geared to white lesbian women I still found it to be useful. There were only two black women myself and one other sistah in the audience. I guess I'm not surprised I invited folks of color I guess they just aren't interested in the arts which I have no control over.
I'm looking forward to the journey ahead of me and placing rocks along my journey that are strong and beautiful. I want to leave a legacy that cannot be knocked over one that stands firm & strong for infinity. The images in the presentation below will be for sale on my site in November. Stay tuned.