The Scots flew home on Saturday and when Ezra's naptime rolled around on Sunday I found myself surprised to be alone. I had an assignment for the portrait class I am taking to shoot a portrait of someone I know using a flash.
Assignment + solitude = selfie.
Self portraits give you an opportunity to see yourself as you are. But by Sunday afternoon I had an idea about creating an image of myself as I'd like to be: shameless.
This word has been bubbling up in me for the past several days, a call to cultivate this trait in myself. But then the little voice that's a sucker for precision in language piped up, saying, but shamelessness is a bad thing! I checked with the dictionary to confirm, and it turns out the little voice was right. Merriam-Webster defines shameless as: