Monthly Archives: November 2014

Isaiah was my third gamer on Thanksgiving morning for snow portraits. He, in fact, had me up at sunrise wanting me to join his predawn sledding.  I would love say that I threw on my snow boots and joined him out back, laughing all the way down the hill. That would be a lie.  I’m […]

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  • deb edge

    Bare naked honesty that sees the glass from the half full side with no denial that the other side is thirsty. ReplyCancel

  • deb edge

    Bare naked honesty that sees the glass from the half full side with no denial that the other side is thirsty. ReplyCancel

  • Shelly Pearre

    I love how you showcase a kid… sharing what you love about them & what makes them unique. I know how important it is to feel special in a big family and I know how stretched you can get as a mom of a crew… and mine is only half as big as yours! These one on one moments will be treasured forever. I admire you as a mom and a photographer. Hope that you feel encouraged & loved. XOXOReplyCancel

I watch Kristiana and am amazed at her strength and independence.  She is just shy of seventeen, works at Marshall’s in our hometown, sings in her school choir and  finds her joy on stage.  Somehow she is able to juggle it all, and if one of those plates she has spinning in the air begins […]

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Is it self fulfilling prophecy or hopeful thinking? Either way, Luke 12:27, for which she was named, has proven true.  Her smile lights up the room, and she is one who is able to laugh easily, even when it’s at herself. I knew the snow would not last long, and my offer to whomever was willing […]

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