So put on your rose coloured glasses and look to the sky, know your value, sharpen your will power and don’t let time slip through your hands.
Walking into the field with two massive balloons is definitely not something that we do everyday. (As much as we would like you to believe that we do!) When Val got these balloons for an engagement shoot, we knew that we definitely wanted to get a picture with those amazing beauties. So we jumbled ourselves into the car, balloons, sisters and dog, and drove ourselves to the nearest field that we could find. And we’re very happy to share these results!
Val and I do this thing where we ask each other what’s been the others mind lately. (Contrary to popular belief, being twins did not grant us mind reading capabilities) And what did this exercise lead us to? well we realised that we both were thinking about value. Not in value in terms of money, but value of self, value of life, of skills and value of time. I’m the type of person who really loves to make goals, okay goal isn’t quite the right word. More like, brief ideas of what I would like my life to be. Healthier, a better friend, more giving. But all too often, these ideas leave as quickly as they come and I’m suddenly watching random youtube videos on the internet.
“The value of life lies not in the length of days, but in the use we make of them… Whether you find satisfaction in life depends not on your tale of years, but on your will.”