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Photo Dump: Sigh.

I'll be able to afford a DSLR soon, I know it. I want one so bad. I've wanted one for years, but I lost interest in photography for a while. I've always been interested in perserving memories, that's my main thing with photography. I love pictures for the memories, and I love to see what things used to look like. It excites me, like writing for hours none stop. Which is what I did tonight. It was amazing, I'm getting so far in my manuscript, I am so happy with the progress. I'm looking forward to finishing the story line. I think I am in the middle of the manuscript, working my way to the highlight of the entire story. It's going to be amazing, and I can't wait to craft it. My hard drive is still in FL, and I need it so I can get some pictures printed off of it. I have this project for my room that I started last night, and I really want to get started on it! The other day the weather was amazing in GA, so I decided to head over to the bestie's Dezi, and photo fun consumed us:







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