Are you good at what you do? What would you like to be better at.
The short answer is, I’d like to be better at everything I do. There’s always room for improvement and I always try to do better… well, usually. However, I can’t say that confidence is something I have in most things I do.
I think the only thing I really have confidence in is my cooking. I’m not the greatest cook and I’m not the worst, but my husband’s pregnant belly is visual proof of how much he likes my cooking. That’s what matters to me. I can make things that are edible! Yea!
My hubby keeps saying he’s having twins, but this is the longest gestation period I’ve ever seen.
I want to improve my writing, which means I need to actually write a lot more than I have been, but I have a burning desire to figure out why I’m such a horrid photographer. I can take pictures outside all day long and have them turn out decent to pretty good, but inside is another story. It’s like someone dropped a yellowish-orangish filter on the lens while I wasn’t looking. It doesn’t matter how much light I try to let in or how many lights I turn on, when I try to take a picture of something it looks awful.
Now this is an extreme example, but take this bracelet for instance:
I can only make it a little better with editing.
It’s something I’m working on and I hope I figure out what I can do to fix it soon. I don’t really want to freeze to death trying to take pictures of the things I’ve made as Christmas presents before they’re wrapped. I’m not smart enough (I just didn’t think about it until just now) to take pictures when I finish something and it’s starting to get cold now, so I’d like to be able to take pictures inside.