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honest with myself, I haven’t posted on this blog because I haven’t had the
“perfect” recipe, nor the poignant story to accompany it. I haven’t had the “beautiful” photograph that can compare to what else is out there. Truthfully, over the past few months, I’ve allowed myself to become too self-critical, too caught up in “how I compare.” In striving to be like everyone else, I have forced myself into silence. In striving for “beauty” I have kept myself from doing what I love.
have long found relevance in this quote. I find a beauty in food, in cooking,
in what I love, that I convey through photographs – photographs that others will appreciate and find beautiful. Truth be told, I’ve been
missing the point. I forced tangibility on beauty that the sentiment isn’t
meaning to imply. Instead, “Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.” Let the beauty
of loving something, of finding joy and solace in something, be what you do. Let the beauty of being true to yourself, free of comparison and judgement, be what you seek.
love to cook and I love to write – that is me – and therein lies the beauty.