The start of a new year means a new calendar, and I was extra excited by this one because I made it myself.
In saying that, it would not be worth hanging without the efforts of the Geelong Roller Derby League skaters.
When I put the call out for photo shoots they were there with gusto, and made the whole experience a laugh and a breeze.
Doing projects like this, which are love jobs, are so much fun and I wish time was an endless commodity so I could do more and more.
Here are a few of my fav shots 🙂
Oh and if you want to buy one just contact the league at www.geelongrollerderby.com they would love to hear from you!
This calendar is especially important to me as it was the last one I did before retiring from skating, after 5 years. It was an amazing 5 years, but I decided there are lots of others things to do that I haven’t done yet so I am excited to see what 2013 has in store for me. And hopefully Geelong Roller Derby might let me do another calendar for them next year!!
Today is post number 101. Pretty impressed I have made it this far. But it got me to thinking about what I am doing, and where I am going with this blog. I have pretty much been blogging about life as it happens to me whereas I would really like to start having a focused say in where I take things.
I am going to have a few days where I post some images from my studies over the last few years, as most of these images are yet to see the light of day, and they should!!
By then I will have a cunning plan for Ramona’s Day Off!!
This shot is from a series of toy photos designed more for older kids. The idea is that parents would be as happy with them as the kids.