This. Project. Is. Killing. Me.
Scenes from a Photoshoot that happened on Friday, featuring the crew from The Point. Chris and Carter took some sweet photos.
These two wonderful Chihuahua’s both underwent full dental’s in addition to getting a growth removed from Biscuit’s eye. Medical costs going to help senior dogs like Spooch and Biscuit are funded by the generosity of the community and supporters like you. With less than 1.3% of the BCSPCA’s funding coming from government grants, events like our annual Paws for a Cause help’s our organization help animals like Spooch and Biscuit in addition to the Biscuit Fund.
So support me here, by clicking ‘Support Jonathan’ and make a donation to the Richmond BC SPCA. ORR better yet, sign yourself up and raise money for the BC SPCA. Or (yes, it gets better), create a team and raise money to win the top team fundraising prize of a $500 gift certificate to the Boathouse in Richmond (applies only to those who register for the Richmond Walk).
Yes, this is shameless promotion and marketing, but it is for a good cause.
So donate today, get involved, and help animals in our Province today!
Do it anyways, stop procrastinating, stop making excuses. I read an excellent article (you should read it) about getting shit you want done. If you want to get something done, it’s easy. First rule is that there are no excuses. No “I’m not ready”, “I’ll do it tomorrow”, “I’ll do it when I have less work”, “I’ll do it when I’m a little more fit”, etc. etc. You get the picture and we’ve all been in the position, trying to figure out ALL the reasons why NOT to do something. Stop it, you’re only holding yourself back.
What is it you’ve been wanting to do, but only finding yourself filled to the brim with excuses to get it done? Of course it’ll be hard, and it’ll feel like crap sometimes, but what the hell are you going to achieve in life without hard work? For me, it was taking pictures. I had a couple excuses “I’m too tired”, “the weather’s not good”, “I can’t find anyone to shoot with”, etc. After a while I just stopped caring and went out and did it. So take the leap and get it done.
Disclaimer: I know I sound all high and mighty writing this, but it’s still hard getting past the initial hurdles to getting what I want done. What matters is persistence.