Monday, May 26, 2008

WT Senior Ambassador...Krista

Meet my WT Senior Ambassador, Krista. Krista was referred to me by one of my clients. I was so excited that she was willing to do this for my business.
I had a blast shooting her senior photos. We went from location to location and tried different things. I have to say my favorites are of her sitting on the junky TV and with the Pepsi mural. It was so hard to choose which ones I wanted to post on my blog (too many good ones) these are the ones that I picked.
Thank you Krista for helping me out and I hope you like your photos.

Friday, May 23, 2008

Sugar & Spice...Zoe & Ella

I had a photo shoot yesterday with my husband's cousin and his two little girls, Zoe & Ella. I had such a wonderful time capturing their "little moments" with their daddy. What a sweet Father's Day present...which reminds me, I need to start on mine.
Anyways, back to the shoot...You never know what to expect with little ones or how they will adjust to the camera, so I just followed them around and let them run the show!! The only way I could get the youngest, Ella, to look at the camera was by telling her that Elmo was in my lens...hahaha!!! So she kept saying "Hi Elmo!" sweet!!
Thank you to the Gorrell family for letting me capture your moments!!! I hope you like the photos!!

Saturday, May 17, 2008

My first Ambassador...

I just recently shot photos of Corbin, who will be a Senior this fall. I feel so old because I remember when he was just a little squirt and now he's a young man...where did the years go??? Anyways, we had a lot of fun shooting at different locations. I even had his girlfriend join in on some of the photos. Thank you so much Corbin!!! I hope you like them.

New BLOG...New LIFE!


Grandma with her boys, Braeden & Boston.
I'm so excited to start my new blog and I'm excited about LIFE!! I went to my very first "Relay for Life" yesterday. It was an awesome experience!! My family and I went to watch my mother-in-law, Lori, walk along with the many "Survivors"...yes that's right, she is a SURVIVOR!!!! She is a beautiful, strong woman, who is determined!!! We are very blessed to have her in our lives!

About ten months ago she received news that she had cancer. My mother-in-law was very LUCKY because her cancer was contained in one area and had not spread. She had surgery to remove it and so far...Cancer FREE!!!!

We all are guilty of taking life for granted but when you lose someone you love or faced with a life threatening disease, you then realize that we only have one life to live and to live it to its fullest!! Leave it in God's hands and thank Him for your "Today's" because you never know if you will have tomorrow.

I will end my blog by saying "Embrace Life."