I made gluten free pizza tonight and I think I just might like making gluten free pizza crust better than pizza dough because there is so much mess with bread - kneading, flour everywhere, waiting 1 hr for the bread to rise. Well gluten free pizza crust is basically a batter and you spread it on a pizza plate and cook it first for 15 minutes take it out put on the toppings and then cook it for another 15-20 minutes - EASY!!
Things will be a little different in a few weeks though. My youngest Allison has to get a endoscopy which will prove if she has Celiac. I really hope she doesn't. If it's just one person, I can have a hybrid kitchen - one with both gluten and gluten free products. But if its Brian and Allison, I'm thinking that I might as well do the switch and make everything gluten free right across the board so she doesn't have to worry. As it is, our dinners are gluten free - so brian can take leftovers for work.
So I've been feeling like I'm starting to want to get back in photography more and more lately. I had coffee with my friend Teresa and it seemed that alot of what we talked about was our two main interests - photography and singing. (she was a second shooter for a couple weddings last summer). The more I talked about it, the more excited I got, and realized that I really do love doing it and should do it for myself - even if business is a little slow. Well, I had a photoshoot today, and it went...Ok. I at least got one shot that I thought was incredible - to me that's a success, because I'm very critical of my work.
Next week I decided that I'm going to go out and just take pictures. I posted on Facebook to see who might want to tag along. I love showing people tricks and cool things they can do with their camera. I also love seeing how other people see the world by the pictures they take. It really says alot about them and what they value creatively. I only have one taker so far and its a guy from church who talks to me regularly about photography. I'm hoping to have a girl come so were not alone- which I'm sure I can find one of my girlfriends who would be interested.
For a while I've been wanting to go downtown, but have been too scared to go alone. I did a photoshoot at night with this Artist/Musician last fall and we went to Whyte Ave which is right by the University and has old brick buildings, graffiti walls- i've used it quite a bit for my photography. Anyways, I felt safe and mainly worried about how cold it was! But I'm going to stick to downtown during the day this time. So something to look forward to.