Hello, my name is Bailey Sue! I currently live with my parents and siblings on a ¾ acre homestead in Ohio!
My life hasn’t been anything like I thought it would be or how I’d hoped…but I’m learning to make the most of the life that God has given me!
I was born in September even though I was due in December and I spent the first three months of my life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Miraculously, I have no issues attributed to being born early!
I went to public school from Kindergarten until 7th grade. After 7th grade my parents decided to homeschool my younger brother and sister and me (2010-2011 school year). To say I disliked my parents’ decision would be an understatement. Looking back now I realize that those 5 years being educated at home were some of the best years of my life. I was able to learn all of the regular academic subjects (English, Math, History, etc.) while being educated in Spiritual matters as well. The October right after we started homeschooling I dedicated my life to Jesus Christ through baptism!
Because I was homeschooled I was also able to focus a lot of my time on things that interested me like Photography…
I love capturing the world around me; no particular moment or scene is the same. I enjoy the challenge of capturing the beauty of creation as the eye sees it. One of my biggest photography influences is my Great-Great Uncle. He takes amazing photos of the world around him; whether that’s the beauty of a local park or the smiles of family and friends he captures it all beautifully.
When I graduated high school I attended a local college for a Photography Certificate. After one long and hard semester I realized school wasn’t for me and in the Fall of 2016, I started my own business and I’ve been working at it ever since!
I’ve always wanted to be like John-Boy Walton, capturing the ordinary days full of extraordinary moments. My blog gives me the opportunity to do just that! I’m able to share my life with the world and hopefully encourage you to find the beauty of the life that you’ve been called to live.
When I’m not working I enjoy hanging out with my family, cooking, being outside or working around the homestead, listening to music, coloring, or watching movies.