After over a decade of #Canon and #Fuji love, the #Nikon is a touch confusing -- so much so that I actually busted out the manual and have spent the last 2 hours learning about this camera. I'm really pleased with it, and was surprised that it shoots 4k, and does slow motion right in camera, something I wish the G7X did; it also has a pretty hefty amount of fast frame rate options (maybe now I can get a photo of my cat while she's playing or doing something silly). I think I still prefer the Canon overall, but I'm pretty excited to see what kinds of videos I can create with th Nikon.
Taken at approximately 6:15 AM, November 29, 2017, Osaka, Japan. I was waiting for the first trains of the day to start running, with conbini instant noodles in my hands, clubbing outfit and makeup still on. I reflect on a lot of things in my solitude. This trip has been wild; these noodles are freakin good; my friends are too good; and I definitely don’t deserve them- and I realize that any amount of joy or happiness I felt on my trip while alone could not begin to compare to a fraction of enjoyment I would have felt had it been shared with any of them (or even with just one). Actually I was really fortunate to still be with a lot of friends here, and even made plenty of new ones out here. Long story short: I fucked up a lot, I’m way too lucky, and I’d be dead without them. That is NO exaggeration. This japan trip taught me a lot, and even though this country will always have a piece of my heart, the end of my stay here is a bittersweet one; I am honestly very useless without my friends- I could say I’m comfortable in my independence, but it’s obvious that my real home and happiness is when I’m with you, wherever geographically that may be, and I’m ready to come home. If you’ve ever had the misfortune of me calling you a friend ever before, I hope I see you soon. I know I probably won’t, but my heart goes out to you, and words can’t describe just how thankful I am for you. #latethanksgiving#alwaysthankful#noimnotnaked
So I've been out of LA for over a year and had some amazing support. I'm glad I made the change to remove myself from the detrimental lifestyle and choices I was making. I am glad I was able to overcome my own demons before I hit the end of the road. We all have issues we face in life but it's up to you to decide if holding onto the anger or pain is really worth it. Life's too short to give up. I now understand this. There will always be some sort of demon you battle at some point in your life, just remember it's not the end. It's just time for you to turn the page in your book. #keepyourheadup#noimnotnaked