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I love having a blog - it's a great way to share recent sessions and share a bit more of my personality!  

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

FINALLY!!!! A new blog!!!!


Be sure to change your bookmarks to me sweet, new blog!!! I'm still working the kinks out, but I wanted to get it going ASAP since it is soooo cool!!!

And finally - here is the link...

My Sweet New BLOG...

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Fun FUN Album!!!

Wow!!! I am so excited to offer these albums for those of you who would like to have just a few of your Maternity Photographs for the sake of memory. These albums hold as few as 10 images and come in over 35 cover options. They are absolutely gorgeous!!! Be sure to ask about these albums when you inquire about your maternity session.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Some More for the Lotus Tree

Like I said earlier this month, I've had a beautiful display at the Lotus Tree for the last year and half. Now that they are adding a Speech Therapy Division, I've volunteered my time again to help decorate the new addition of their business.

Julius and I attend a playgroup where I was able to photograph some gorgeous little guys and girls. Here are the photographs we'll be displaying HUGE! So - be sure to make it to the Open House so that you can see the new display at the Lotus Tree - Speech Therapy Division!!!

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Church Without Walls?

I don't go to church...I AM the church.

A great thing is happening with churches across the Treasure Valley. On the every fifth Sunday during the course of the year (I believe there are about 4 or 5 Sundays total), Trinity Presbyterian Church is serving where the needs are around the Valley, rather than attending church. I had the privilege of working at the Hay's House in Boise. We spent the day working on laying brick at their garden. I know we were there to serve others, but as serving often goes, the "servant" is the one to receive the blessing.

Although I wasn't able to be SUPER productive (something about being in the heat, being pregnant and possibly becoming dehydrated!), I was able to take some photographs for the church. Here are the hard workers I photographed that day!

Won't you do something for the community as well? Feel free to join Trinity Presbyterian for their next "Church Without Walls."

Saturday, June 6, 2009

One of Julius' Good Friends...

I am currently working on a project for The Lotus Tree, a sensory integration clinic in Bown Crossing. I have had some beautiful photographs up as a display for over a year. They are now adding a Speech Therapy division, for which I am also donating time for their decor. For one of their rooms, we bought some rad vintage-looking cars from Ross (my favorite place to shop!!!) and took some pics of Miss "E" playing with them.

However - as a girl - the cars weren't that interesting. While we had trouble keeping Julius away from them, Miss "E" wasn't having anything to do with them. So - our solution? Place some cookies in the car. IT WORKED!!! Shhhh...don't tell anyone my secret :).

Friday, June 5, 2009

Soiree's Brandi Reiland's Sneak-Peek!

Just look at the chunky chunk chunk on this hunky hunk hunk :). I just love all his cute little rolls. Brandi had some fabulous little leggings that matched his adorable room. She has such great style - I love shooting in a home with such great decor! What else would you expect from this fabulous Wedding Coordinator of Soiree?

Her six-month old guy did a great job posing for the camera! Enjoy your Sneak-Peek and Consider Yourselves Loved...

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Totally Unrelated to Anything, Really...

So, Lumuli and I saw, "Knowing" tonight (at Overland Park - LOVE that cheap little theatre!!!). There is a possible spoiler in this post, so if you want to see it and haven't, skip my comments :).

It started out soooo cool. VERY suspenseful - I love this kind of movie. Then, there were these weird men who came from nowhere. It's like they mixed two VERY different genres. I gave it the benefit of the doubt, hoping they would somehow tie the movie together.

But nope, just ended like a silly little extra-terrestrial movie. Jeesh. C'mon, writers. Couldn't you have come up with something a little less contrived???