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    Moving – Artifact of Motherhood

    February 9th, 2021

    Dear First Born,

    I was running through my hard disk looking for images to use when I stumble upon these images of you moving into your first house.

    It was taken sometime before the lockdown started. Your place is only 5 minutes drive from my house and I find that super convenient! (means more time to spend with you and your sisters!). I think all mothers would know how precious time can be when their children are either married or are young adults. They are always busy with their own life! So these are some of the warm memories that I want to remember. This to me is the beauty of spending time together with you and your sister, doing the everyday things.

    Love,

    Mama.

    Artifact motherhood is a collaboration of artists/mothers from around the world. Sharing stories of the joys and struggles of our journey. Our hopes and dreams for our children. With little nuggets of wisdom here and there. These are more than photographs with dates written on the back. These are the artifact we are leaving behind for children and the generations to come.

    Go next to my wonderful artist friend Joy Haycock to read her post in our blog circle.

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    The reason

    December 29th, 2020

    Sometimes, I have to stop and remind myself of the reason I fell in love with photography in the first place. It’s not about the competition and recognition, it’s not about how many followers or likes I got, it’s also not about following the latest trends.

    It’s because moments like this make me feel the enormous and abundance of gratitude that I receive every minute. It makes me feel alive just seeing the connection and emotions pouring out. It’s pretty amazing that I get to freeze this beautiful moment of time between my mom and her 20th grandchild, ready for his bath in my mom’s kitchen sink. And the best part is I get to preserve it forever.

    The truth is I am most happy when I have my camera with me. And I will never forget that.

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    Musang King – Bentong, Pahang

    November 14th, 2020

    Dari kecil lagi aku memang tak suka durian walaupun aku dilahirkan di dalam keluarga yang boleh dikategorikan hantu durian. Dulu masa bapak aku kerja dengan Jabatan Hal Ehwal Orang Asli, memang penuh dekat dapur dengan durian bila tiba musim dia. Durian bukit, Durian hutan ntah apa durian lagi aku pun tak tau. Tapi sebijik pun aku tak pernah sentuh.

    Tapi semua itu berubah sejak aku masuk umur 40-an. Itulah orang tua cakap, kalau nak benci biarlah berpada-pada, takut nanti di lain masa kita gila kat dia. Kalau suka pun kena juga berpada-pada, takut nanti kita muak pula. Jadi sekarang ini bukanlah aku cakap aku gila cuma ada hate love relationship macamtu. Ada masa aku suka, ada masa aku tak suka, ada ke yang sama cam aku?

    Jadi diizinkan oleh Allah, aku melawat sambil makan durian Musing King dekat satu dusun ini yang terletak dekat Bentong. Aku suka betul bila dapat ke sana. Dan mulalah aku pasang angan nak ada kebun durian satu hari nanti.

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    It really doesn’t matter

    November 12th, 2020

    …as long as we have each other, it’s going to be alright.

    Artifact motherhood is a collaboration of artists/mothers from around the world. Sharing stories of the joys and struggles of our journey. Our hopes and dreams for our children. With little nuggets of wisdom here and there. These are more than photographs with dates written on the back. These are the artifact we are leaving behind for children and the generations to come.

    Go next to my wonderful artist friend Ann Owen to read her post in our blog circle.

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    Seasons of Motherhood – September 2020

    October 1st, 2020

    I turned forty six last month. I feel like every year that I got older, the more I get to know myself. What works for me and what not. I am learning that I love tea as much as I love coffee. I am learning that sometimes I need to say no and just walk away. That painful experience happened just to shape you into a stronger person. And to always look for the good things in life and in people no matter what.

    Welcome to Artifact Motherhood. This is a collaboration of artists from around the world who have come together to share our stories of the joys and struggles of our journey. Through our writings and visual records we want to create memories that are more than photographs with dates written on the back. These are the artefacts we are leaving behind for our children and for generations to come.

    Go next to my wonderful artist friend Caro Cuinet Wellings to read her post in our blog circle.

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    10 on 10 August – Kuala Lumpur Family Photographer

    August 10th, 2020

    Near our house, there’s a beautiful park where we often visit to feed the fish. Your cousin and you would always get so excited when we go there. There were a lot of tiny fish and also the big ones. Grandma came along too and it was nice to just relax and watch the fishes swimming in the lake. Although it was really a hot day, both of you had so much fun running and giggling until it was time to go home.

    Keep following our blog circle to see what Fort McMurray Lifestyle Photographer Melissa Richard is up to this month!

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