Yearly Archives: 2010

Christmas vacation

I spent Christmas in little-girl-land. That’s what it felt like. My brother’s family lives in Dallas and there are 4 girls from 2-12 years. More lip gloss than I ever imagined. And apparently for the younger set it’s not just for the lips…nails, eye shadow, toes and arms. There were dollies and dress up and […]

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Subway good

These are old friends. Like, I still shot film when I met them friends. Only one kiddo. Every year we meet. Most years it is freezing cold and raining or snowing. One year I went to Bainbridge and they showed me the delights of the Bloedel Reserve (and homemade soup…yum). This year I had called […]

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The game of life

It’s felt like old timers week around here as I see families that I’ve photographed for years. I have (notice I haven’t switched to “I had” the flame is still alive in my mind) plans for a blog post with the years collections. Not many go back further than this family. The first time I […]

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Thanksgiving

This is what I’m thankful for. These people. My gramma and grampa and my gg. That they were in my life, made my childhood special, gave me unconditional love. And I’m pretty thankful for the photo too…when I look at it I don’t remember that moment but I remember the tree behind with the swing, […]

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Nancy and John’s UWelicious

I can’t wait for Nancy and John’s wedding in January of 2012…yep, shameful. I don’t even know what I’m doing for Christmas cards and Nancy is light years ahead on her wedding planning. I photographed 3 of her friends weddings and if it’s any indication…it’s going to be one fun party!!

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Anne’s Sneak Peek

Just a few sneaky peeks for my friend Anne who has the sweetest little girls. Okay, the middle one Exie is a little bit sassy but there’s sweet under there too…

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Having Faith

And so it continues…my love affair with Nigel and Owen. And not just because they are incredibly snappy dressers. But because I feel like we all sort of understand each other…the parents too. I’m not a kid boss. You know, those adults that command respect and obedience by their mere presence. What’s the anti thesis?  A kid enabler. […]

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