Do You Remember Your First Time?

I remember my first Ask Away Friday.

Brittnei had asked me earlier that week and I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. I didn’t know until the day I published it that I was supposed to answer HER questions on MY blog. I also had no idea how to ask questions, so I think I turned to Google and asked her some very basic things about her life. I didn’t have an instant knack for it, which is funny, because now I’m a co-host and even after weeks and months of this, it doesn’t get boring to me. You never know what you’re going to get, and what your partner will add to your blog. This week I swapped questions with the awesome Allie of The Latchkey Mom.

This is her first Ask Away Friday and she has a much better gift for questions than I did!

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Allie is a lot like me with writing – she spent her childhood with stories and ideas and she sometimes wrote them down. Often, she just daydreamed. Until blogging, that was me! I “met” Allie through mutual blogging friends, I think, and we have bonded over Cape Cod and family stories. She writes sometimes sad, sometimes hilarious, and sometimes uplifting stories about her four beautiful children and their life and community. She can be found guest posting at Publush and writing at ChickLit+.

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Be sure to check out Allie’s answers to my questions HERE. And here are my answers to her questions:

1. What is the deal with “moose?” I’m very confused – remember, new reader☺.

Yes, I can imagine that must be confusing! I’ve been obsessed with them for about 20 years now. I always got fascinated by large, elusive creatures but it was when we were visiting my grandparents in Vermont one summer that the sickness took over. My Nana told us we had just missed four moose on the lawn by minutes. And she explained how hard it was to see them. I took to the encyclopedias (yes, I’m dating myself here) and got even more fascinated. It took me another ten years, but I’ve since (sorta) learned how to find them and I have seen/photographed them in five different states. And counting!

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There’s nothing like your first time, though.

2. How do you celebrate Thanksgiving?

It varies a bit through the years. I have two sets of in-laws (husband’s parents divorced and both remarried) and for an ideal year, we have all four of them, my parents, my uncle, and maybe some of my friends and siblings. We rotate homes and the geographical distance plus the on-and-off years with my siblings make it change by the year. Either way, it’s always awesome and full of great food. This year, my mother-in-law is hosting so we don’t really have to travel very far (about 35 minutes through the woods) or host. And my parents, other in-laws, and younger sister and her husband are all coming!

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3. What are your three favorite books you’ve read so far this year?

I think it would be The One and Only by Emily Giffin, All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner, and This is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper.

4. When did you know you wanted to be a photographer?

I suppose there are different degrees of knowing. For as long as I can remember, I have composed photographs and words in my mind. There was never any doubt about that. I would see things of beauty and I’d need to capture them, but I didn’t have the technical skills as a kid. It was actually a longterm boyfriend in college and in my early 20s who encouraged me and inspired me to take it seriously. He was also a photographer and he saw something in me and made me feel possible. I always knew I wanted to do it, but that’s probably when I started to wonder about doing it as a career. I’m still working on it all.

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5. If you could have one do-over in life, what would it be?

Wow, I don’t even know. I’ve been practicing acceptance for years, because life doesn’t have a lot of room for stress, guilt and regret. I’d want to take back hurtful things I’ve done and said. Pretty much every single one.

I would take back all the times I chickened out – when people asked me to write, to take photos, to go on trips. I would say “yes” a thousand times more than I say it now. Although, I do say it a lot these days, because.. money. And adventure.

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6. When was the last time you tried something new and what was it?

I tried something that had scared me for years – I photographed a wedding! I was very nervous.

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7. Where do you find inspiration for your writing?

To be specific, I say it comes from my emotions. It’s a bit of a catch for the overflow of all the overwhelming feelings I feel on a daily basis. Photography catches some of it too. If someone likes the way I write, I say that they must like the way I think because it’s probably 90% of that, and then 10% of the many years of schooling/college degree in journalism.

Emotions with structure, maybe?

8. What is one thing you haven’t done, that you really want to do?

It’s so hard to just say one. I want to go to Alaska with my family and see a lot of really great things.

9. Freaky Friday, whose body would you like to wake up and find yourself in?

I think I’ll say my older sister. She’s a Yogi and a Crossfitter, so it would be fun to feel like I could fly for a day.

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10. What book have you read, that you wish you’d written?

Hmm.. maybe The Time Traveler’s Wife. I thought it was brilliant in every way.

11. If you were given the chance to photograph someone famous, like an all-day photo session – who would you shoot?

Occasionally I have to remind myself to think with my head and even emotions, and not with..the rest of me. So I keep thinking Michael Caine. I would want it to be a person whose facial expressions can reduce me to tears.

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Do You Remember Your First Time? — 131 Comments

  1. Ok, yet again just more we agree and have in common with The Time Traveler’s Wife, still cannot get over that book and the whole story just left me speechless by the end of it. Guess though, I am not shocked you said this though, because we surely could share a brain on this and so much more. Again wouldn’t have it any other way 😉

  2. Hey Tamera, thanks for inviting me to participate. It was so much fun. I love Michael Caine. Did you see Kevin Spacey (I think it was Kevin!?!?) imitate him this week on Fallon? it was hilarious. I loved two of your three favorite books. The third – I read this week – and at page 375 I could not make myself go any further. In fact, I seriously wanted to punch one character in the face:). Long time since I reacted like that. Yikes! What else? Thanks for the moose explanation – and I hope you and your loved ones have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I can’t wait to see the pictures.

    • I did see that Jimmy Fallon impression segment and I think that’s what put his name in my head!
      Thank you so much for the swap and for asking such wonderful questions.

  3. One of the reasons I’ve never joined is is because thinking of 10 questions overwhelms me! And of course, I’m writing the Spin Cycle on Fridays. I loved the Time Traveler’s Wife, too, although I can’t remember the ending like Janine. I guess I need to reread it! I loved the descriptions of South Haven, Michigan, because that’s where my family spends time every summer.

  4. The saying goes “Every Picture Tells A Story.” Your stories paint beautiful pictures Tamara. This Ask Away Friday Was Extra Special!

  5. What a great swap! I have always been an in my head kind of daydreamer! That is how my book has gone, through my head, but I do have some written down, finally. That sounds like a really awesome Thanksgiving and definitely something to be thankful for! I would like to read The Time Traveler’s Wife, but I just have not gotten around to it…then again, I have not read Outlander yet either! Hope you have a great coming weekend, Tamara!

  6. I wish I read enough to even have an idea of what those books were about. I also wish I said “yes” more often. Now I can’t. Not sure I could jump into a Crossfitter’s body! LOL! That sounds painful if it’s a day you’ve got to work out! 🙂

    • Good point! I would have to be my sister on a day that she’s just resting. Or working!
      Lately I haven’t been able to read very much at all because of my work schedule.

  7. I remember when Tiffany from MrsTeeHLoveLifeLaughter ask me to be her AAF partner and it was my very first time every doing it. It’s was so fun, but I will admit that I was a little confused about the whole answering questions deal too. I figured it out though and thought it was the coolest concept. Love reading you all’s Ask Away posts every Friday, so much fun!

  8. Great questions, great answers – I enjoy this so much every week! Ahh…loved The Time Traveler’s Wife. I have some really cool pictures of a moose in my friend’s yard here in Washington – I will email them to you!

    • I would love that, thank you! I’ve definitely never seen a moose in Washington state. I also don’t know if I’ve ever been there. I know that I might’ve crossed over the border a little when I visited Vancouver, but that was ages ago.

  9. My friend has a cabin and Maine and we would get up really early to try and spot Moose when we would visit there.

    Sounds like a fun Thanksgiving. I finally will be able to visit my family this year too. 🙂

    • I’m glad you will be visiting your family!

      And did you ever see moose? I think dawn is a great time. I’m not very good at getting up, so I’ve only ever looked at dusk. I need to try dawn one day.

      • It will be great to see my mother!

        early to us was like 7 am – until someone told us we should be getting there more like 5 am – lol

        We didn’t see any that way – we saw some just driving around though.

  10. Oh my Michael Caine, how fabulous would he be? That is such an amazing pick.
    Mooooooose.
    Canada.
    I wish that I had said yes more often too. God looking back. What can you do though. I bet a lot of people say the same bloody thing. You just never knew that life didn’t have a border…that “what if” wasn’t a fence.

  11. The Time Traveler’s Wife was one of the books that I was just so sad to finish. I can’t really explain it, it was just one of those books that stuck with me. Unfortunately I can’t say the same about the movie, but so it goes!
    Great questions, I think you may have been my first AAF partner as well, and I remember putting a lot of time and thought into my questions for you because I wanted my questions to be worthy of your amazing writing.

    • I remember our swap and you did such a great job! Thank you for remembering that. Special.
      I never did see the movie, because I was afraid it would not live up to the book. Seems like I’m right!

  12. I love Allie, and she did ask great questions! Emotions with structure: I like that. I think that’s a great way to describe your writing. Do you know that you and I paired up for Ask Away Friday on Black Friday last year? Hard to believe it was that long ago.

  13. I made the terrible mistake of seeing the movie first with The Time Travelers Wife so I haven’t read it… Judging from your opinion and all these comments I think need to !

  14. Great questions! Great answers! Great moose photo! I saw my first and only moose on my first hiking trip in the White Mountains of NH. A male with a huge rack was just standing in the trail as we came around a bend. It was a little terrifying because he was so big and so close. Luckily he decided to run away instead of charge. It facinates me that they can run so gracefully through the woods with huge antlers! Have a great weekend!

    • I only saw one moose in New Hampshire ever and it was probably around the same area. And it was a big male. Which is my favorite! Or a mother with newborn twins.

  15. I have never seen a moose in my entire life but would love to see one someday. Oh, and I will have to look for The Traveler’s Wife, I’ve a couple of friends who recommended it but haven’t gotten around to getting a copy. You just reminded me.

  16. What great questions! I love the moose one because I didn’t know the backstory. You’re like a moose hunter now except you only want to shoot them, I mean photograph them :). And also you wanting to wake up in your sister’s body because you think you’d feel like you’d be able to fly! I’m sure she sees that as a compliment!

  17. I loved The Time Traveler’s Wife! I cried while reading that book and I dreaded seeing the movie and… yes, I was slightly disappointed with it. Even Frank read the book and thought the movie didn’t do the book justice.

  18. Hey Tamara! It looks like your wedding photography came out beautifully. I totally agree with your “regrets.” I’m a long time chicken myself and I envy people who can jump in to the unknown without all the insecurities that tend to hold me back.

    • Hey!! So nice to see you here today. we should schedule a swap too, if you feel up for doing more.
      I am a long time chicken with random bursts of courage.

  19. I’ve never read The Time Traveler’s Wife but I saw the movie and liked it a lot. I think it’s awesome that both sets of in-laws and your parents have Thanksgiving together some years. I need to figure out what I’m cooking for Thanksgiving this year and try to find a small uncured ham from Whole Foods.

    • That’s funny because my husband is at Whole Foods right now because they’re the only place around here that has the very specific sausage we use for our annual pumpkin stew.

  20. I want to go to Alaska. I wouldn’t want to LIVE there because it would be too cold. But I’d visit.

    I enjoyed The Time Traveler’s Wife too! I cried.

  21. I love this! I understand your moose obsession Mine is Orcas. I adore Orcas so much! So big, so smart, so beautiful! MY first AAF was with YOU! I loved it and have been doing it ever since! Your Micheal Caine answer made me smile so hard. I love his expressions. I am also partial to Micheal Keaton and Kevin Kline!

    • Have you ever seen them in a while? I went to Vancouver in March but it wasn’t the season to see them. I’ve obviously seen them in captivity, but I doubt it’s even remotely close to the same thing.

  22. I was not expecting Michael Caine to be the answer — and now all I can think of is that movie he did with Steve Martin, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and I’m dying. so funny.
    My hubby grew up in what is generally considered moose country – even had a summer campsite in the thick woods and I still think he has never actually seen a moose! We did have a bear come to our campfire though one night.
    If I could change one thing, I would have come to my photography love much earlier than in my 40s! It’s such a late start.

    • It’s funny how you talk to people who grew up and moose country and have never seen one. Then there’s the tourist from Florida who happens to see one on the side of the road.
      I don’t know why I thought Michael Caine. There certainly people I would be more attracted to, but I just love him.

  23. I always think of you when I see a moose. Oh I loved the movie Time Traveler’s Wife. I still want to read This is How I Leave You since you first mentioned it. And I so agree with number 5. I was so cautious in high school, and did not go out for things that I was really interested in – now I have learned to carpe diem!

    • I wonder what it would’ve been like if I had been more courageous in high school!

      I definitely recommend the book. It was very good, and I heard that the movie is good too.

  24. Everytime I com eby and see your Moose photos and read about your love for Alaska I automatically think of Northern Exposure…that used to be on of my FAVE series. see now I have talked it up I will need to find it and watch it a bit.

    Great swap Ladies!! I can’t wait to head over and meet Allie through your questions… 😀

  25. Great #AAF, I’ve been wondering about the moose too 🙂 I actually decorated my daughter’s bedroom with Christmas decor for her birthday yesterday, when I put the little moose out… I thought of you 🙂
    I’m glad you faced your fears and photographed a wedding, you did amazing!
    Can I Freaky Friday swap bodies with your sister too! I’ve been doing a few cross fit workouts, but I look NOTHING like her, YET 😉
    XOXO

  26. I know how you feel about the moose, because I feel the same way. I’ve been obsessed with them since I saw a YouTube video of a mama and two babies emerging from the woods, and the two babies played in the sprinkler at the house while someone inside videotaped them. And then we had one right here in our town at my son’s bus stop and we missed it. I’ve never seen one in Vermont yet, although there are moose crossing signs all over. And as you know, I had to wait till the very end of our Alaska trip to see one and it was an exciting moment indeed!

  27. Emotions with structure. I like that.
    I can’t believe I haven’t read The Time Traveler’s Wife. I was itching and wanted to grab a copy from the bookstore last time I went. I knew there was a movie right? And I haven’t watched that too!
    So will you photograph another wedding again? 🙂

    • People say the movie wasn’t as good! Definitely read the book first! I haven’t seen the movie so I guess I can’t really say.
      As for the wedding, I do have another one on the books. I figure maybe this year I do two, next year three, etc. Work my way up!

  28. I’m in the middle of reading This is Where I Leave You and it’s so great. I actually kind of just want to curl up on the couch and just finish the book instead of doing work! And Time Traveler’s Wife was so good too.

    • Oh I’m a bit envious that you still get to read it for the first time! I also read his “The Book of Joe” but it wasn’t as good for me. It didn’t stick the way that did, but it certainly was good.

    • Michael Caine has the kind of expressive face that makes me teary-eyed for no reason! He could burp into a microphone and I’d probably love it.

      “All Fall Down” was really good for me. Heavy.. but good.

  29. I think she did great! I can still remember my first time. Actually it was with Des 🙂 and we had lots of fun. As for the moose shots, you still have to come to Colorado to see our own Moose just like I have to come your way to enjoy some of your sights. Here’s to a fabulous weekend!

    • Wait, did we ever swap just the two of us?? If not, we definitely need to do that.

      And we also need to see each other. In Colorado with moose, is my first choice.

      • We actually haven’t swapped both of us and maybe it’s time for a mommy post. So whenever you’re ready and we will be here waiting for your visit in Colorado. Our trip to you may have to be postponed. We’re heading to the Caribbean in December to visit my mom who’s dying but we’ll definitely visit in 2015.

  30. The Time Traveler’s Wife is one of my all time favorites. Well that and Jane Eyre. I have read those two over and over. I just started my 13 year old on Jane Eyre. I need her to be addicted too! There are no moose here in Arizona, only hugely scary javelinas, coyotes, cougars and bobcats!

    • When I was last in Arizona, I was looking desperately for Javelinas. From a distance, of course!
      Didn’t find any.
      And I have never read Jane Eyre! It’s nice to think I have such a wonderful book to read for the first time.

  31. I loved the questions and responses. I particularly like your wish that you’d say “yes” more if you could re-do something in life. I’d say the same. I wish I had more confidence in myself as a younger lady and I wish I didn’t think, so many times, about what could go wrong and have faith in all that could go right. But that’s life. Lessons learned, for sure.

    • It’s funny because it seems like confidence just comes with more experience, and even age, so I’m sure a lot of people have that same regret. Still makes me want to time travel!

  32. OK – not sure what happened with that comment! All of a sudden it said “submitting comment.” Anyway, Those were great questions. I love the Freaky Friday question! I think I would probably trade with someone famous and super fit – maybe CarrieUnderwood? Actually, she’s pregnant which would kind of suck, but I would love to have her non-pregnant body and amazing voice for a day!

  33. AW!!! I love Allie!!! I was JUST introduced to her by someone- crap- can’t remember who’s blog it was on- or she was on…

    Anyhoo- I’m SO glad I have connected with her. 🙂

    LOVE the questions as always. Feelings/emotions with structure. Yes for YOU!!! And I swear every time you share a wedding photo I gasp. Yes, they both are THAT gorgeous. BREATHTAKING.

    I need to go read Allie’s answers to your questions!!

    • Pretty soon I’ll share a bunch of wedding photos at once! Will you gasp for minutes? Hours?

      Kidding.

      I met Allie through a radio show I did but she seems to have many mutual friends of ours!

    • Ha! You sound very fun. One thing I would love to do is to see a manatee in its natural habitat. not going to happen here.
      I have definitely seen alligators in their natural habitat in Florida and it wasn’t really as fun as I thought it would be!

  34. We have very similar tastes in books – I think I’ve read all those (these days I can’t remember much!!!).
    I love the sounds of y’alls Thanksgiving. Ours is always small – this year it will be just us and some friends I’m having over.

    • I like a small Thanksgiving too, trust me.
      I’ve had some bad ones in the past. Brokenhearted ones. I don’t really love November, but I’m trying this year.

    • Is there any other time to go?? I know that the more north you go it can be sunny or at least a little light out at all hours. However better than to be in the darkness for 24 hours.

  35. LOL I had that same confusion my first AAF! I wrote down the books you listed. I am not sure when I will read them but I love reading…

    Hey you mind be able to offer me advice. Any idea what would be a good mid-level camera. I am obviously not a professinal photographer, but my Nikon CoolPix died after 18 months! I am looking in the $199- 350 range for online use with blogging and everyday kid shots. I want something easy to use but an upgrade from the CoolPix.

    • I love giving advice to friends! Why don’t you just ask me this in an ask away Friday question?
      Just kidding. Sort of.
      No when you say mid-level, do you mean mid-level point and shoot? Mid-level SLR?
      Or one of those weird hybrid ones? Keeping that budget in mind, I’m thinking no on a straight SLR because they are some money.

      • Right? no no too much pressure to preform. BAHAHA.

        I can e-mail about the camera rather than hijack your post, if you prefer. But I want something better than my CoolPix especially since it only lasted 18 Months. However, I am not looking to become a professional. I want something that good with action shots with kids, but will allow me to adjust settings for decent product shots. Since I don’t want to replace it for awhile HD video is a nice feature. SOOOOO… I have been looking at Sony, Cannon, Luminix (Panasonic) FujiFilm and yes Nikon keeps making this list- even though I am mad at them. They each have Point & Shoots with large 16+ Mpixels, decent digital and great optical range + fit the budget. Any opinions on the brands?

        I would like to learn how to blur out a background from my subject (eventually) but really will rely mostly on the auto setting. I bet this sounds so sad, to a photo artist.

  36. You and Allie swapped? I’m kinda jealous now for some reason. I dunno why but moose are awesome and here’s to not chickening out!!

  37. Great questions and great answers! Love the whole idea of this ‘AskAwayFriday’. Also love your obsession with moose – I have my own strange animal obsession, but for me it’s giraffes!

    • That’s a good one, because at least you can see them! We went to pet a giraffe at our local zoo. moose are tricky, although they are in zoos in other places.
      And you can join ask away Friday anytime you want!

  38. Although you stepped out of the box by photographing that wedding, somehow to me it seems that would be where you would be most comfortable. I feel as if you would be *right* among all that love and celebration but I totally get it because its so much pressure to capture all the amazing of that day. )

    • It’s funny because it is a comfortable place, isn’t it? When you are doing what you were meant to do. I think I could get that way if I just get more experience.

  39. Your Thanksgiving sounds cozy!! And I loved the mental imagery of “through the woods”, even more cozy! I love your obsession with moose, and I’d also loooove to go to Alaska. I love that pic of the cute guy laying down, totally captured a feeling.

    • Ha! That cute guy is my ex. Clearly we were together when that photo was taken.

      I mean it that it is literally over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house. To get to her house, I don’t think I’d see another car. I would see a lot of forests, animals, farms, and rolling hills. And Bill Cosby is her neighbor, but you didn’t hear that from me!

    • They are certainly dangerous! They can be calm but unpredictable. If you are around a mother moose in the spring or a male moose during the mating season in the fall, that can be trouble.

      I use a pretty big lens. Like the paparazzi! Moose paparazzi.

  40. Those were some really awesome questions! I wish my family could be as accepting as yours. I’d love to see both sides for Thanksgiving, or even move around the hosting, but I’ve got no say in it and it will likely always be that way.

  41. These are such great questions! I love that you chose your sister for Freaky Friday, because it’s such a personal change. You could probably even fool people into thinking you were her!

  42. I always learning something new about your through these memes. I also really loved This Is Where I Leave You. It’s a book where I laughed and cried. Jonathan Tropper is such a good writer.

  43. # 5 really resonated with me as I’ve preached the no regrets, live for today for a long time now. It’s interesting to see that thought process come full circle and have a traumatic loss to have the reality of the words come smack your soul with reality. And the woulda, shoulda, coulda’s. Good post as always, Tamara 🙂

  44. YAY I was mentioned! I think it’s so awesome what you’ve done with Ask Away Friday since that very first time that we swapped questions. 🙂 Her questions were great. I loved the wedding you photographed, too. It really captured the basic concept of just love and fun among close people in that wedding. It didn’t seem to be a huge, expensive ordeal…just a really romantic occasion shared between loved ones for that couple. Our wedding was really simple like that, too. Did you watch the Time Traveler’s Wife movie? Ana told me they left so much out of course from the book. If you saw it, did you like it?

  45. 1. You remind me that my book number for 2014 is zero.

    2. I think photographing a wedding is a natural match for you. I’m surprised it didn’t happen sooner. They don’t fully realize the incredibly great choice they made in having you photograph it.

    3. Is it bad that I thought for No. 9 about waking up in Amber Heard’s body and taking a sick day?

    • See, I think they did figure it out. The bride was more than complementary. And I feel like it was the perfect wedding for me to start with. It was just full of natural love. The groom’s stepmother gave me a huge hug before I left. How often does that happen? I don’t even know them.

      As for number three, if that is your true answer, I guess you should go with it.

  46. I knew you loved moose but I didn’t realize how rare and magical they were! Pretty sure they’re your spirit animal. I loved your freaky Friday response!!!!!!! How do some of us get so lucky and have the most incredible people for sisters? Seriously.

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