My daily 'camera time' is often early evening, before sunset, when I let the dogs outside for a good run. They're busy - chasing each other, chasing anything, chasing everything - while I usually find something random that I chase with my camera - the edge of a leaf, a color, tiny hairs on the tip of a Salvia hidalgo. Last year while living in the DC area I purchased a new Nikon - and more recently purchased a new macro lens that has been hard for me to get used to, much less master. But I'm letting go of the desire to have a perfect image in perfect focus, and instead I'm enjoying the chase, like my dogs always do.
My current chase? To see how many ways I can photograph swiss chard. Soon it will be gone (gone = sauteed) and I'll move on to something else.