HOLY COW! @sheoakvale hit it out of the ballpark with this edit she did of Salute,
I am SO in love with this!
Thank you Thank you Thank you!! People please give her a Well deserved follow!
So I learend a lot about using a back drop. Number one, the footing needs to be level 😝
Number two, the footing needs to be the same color as the backdrop.😕 Number 3 it takes about 100 pictures to get ONE decent one...And I wish his eye was a little more open in THIS one! 😂
But here's to my Sunday funday AND
man-crush Monday all wrapped into this pic.
Recently, someone a lot older than me, called me ambitious. What a compliment, right?
The way they said it was anything but, it was like a dirty word. And the whole conversation left me feeling a little confused. You see, to me being ambitious is one of the most fantastic qualities anyone could possibly possess. I can honestly say every single person I look up to and admire is ambitious.
It doesn’t have to be ambition in that they want to compete at the Olympics or change the world. They may want to give their kids a great education or step up to do their first show, or perhaps it’s to do some good in their community or start their own business. All of this is ambition, and it’s the driver of everyone I know’s success. So why did I feel like I was being criticized?
I’ve thought about this a lot. And I realized that lots of people think it has negative connotations, and treat it like it’s a dirty word, and the sad thing is if you’re around those people enough, you will too, and your kids or friends or whomever may hear it will be influenced as well.
I hate the idea of people thinking that being ambitious is a bad thing. And I hate the idea that some little girl might have that same conversation and give up on her dream of competing at the Olympics or winning a Nobel prize or owning her own business.
So stop treating ambitious like a dirty word! It’s not! We need more ambitious people out there. They are generally the ones getting things done. 🤙🏼