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Dec 31, 2018

      Our Christmas break this year was nuts.  Not only are we packing to move shortly after New Year’s but we ended up taking three separate trips (two small and one BIG) between Christmas and New Years. Our first stop was Silverdale where we spent a lovely couple of days with Allen’s family. […]

Dec 20, 2018

This year’s holiday card must have hit just the right nerve because we sure did receive a lot of texts about it!  The final card was actually our second attempt at our holiday card.  It was hard to come up with a good theme for the card based on a season that was good…but underwhelming. […]

Dec 12, 2018

I am accustomed to hearing Dad’s say, with no small amount of surprise in their voice, ‘Hey this was fun!’  This was the first time I’ve had a pre-teen girl.  Anya told me she thought for sure this session was going to be boring but it was really fun.  High praise!  I’ll take it.  (It […]

Dec 10, 2018

Eben and Carmen are some of my sweet preschool kids.  Actually, Eben has graduated and is now a big kindergartener but Carmen is still at school and now their baby brother Ray is there too. Eben had some very specific ideas about how this session was going to go.  He kept setting up different spots […]

Dec 7, 2018

The most important part of my job is to capture memories to share with generations to come.  To capture relationships and moments is so important.  I feel so honored that Caitlin picked me for this very important job. Her Dad, Erik, is losing a tough battle with cancer.  Caitlin has two sweet baby boys and […]

Dec 5, 2018

I love it when new clients meet me with a Hug.  Melinda and I had been emailing back and forth but we had never spoken in person.  When I met her in Pioneer Square she greeted me with a big hug.  Is there a better way to start out a session? Even though this was […]