Monthly Archives: April 2010

I’d rather be….

wearing a puffy paint sweatshirt with “I’d rather be quilting” on it. That’s my secret late winter obsession and the reason I’ve been MIA from my blog this past week…I’ve been taking advantage of my last slow week before the summer wedding busy-ness to quilt all the wonderful tops I’ve sewn in the dark Seattle winter. Plus, […]

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Sharon Olds is fearless

Sharon Olds looks like a nice older lady…a grandmother…or at least the lady down the street who might make some nice cookies when you move in. And I think she is. But she is also, as the man behind me kept saying, fearless. Her “Ode to the Tampon” and “Ode to the Hymen” were brilliant. Literally. […]

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Oh Happy Day!

It’s soooo spring around here. Gorgeous sunny days then chilly rainy ones…Last Saturday was a brisk day full of sunshine and good ideas. The Noelke family was ready with the cohesive loveliness that I think must permeate their lives…they just seem like a family that really loves each other…through all the snuggles andscrapes. It made […]

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Welcoming Reagan

It’s so amazing…literally amazing…to meet a baby when you’ve taken pregnancy photos of his momma just 2 months before. How’d that happen? I mean, I know how it happened but it is still kind of, well, amazing. Clearly, I am not the only one amazed that there is now a new baby…I think Ellie is […]

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Travel Escort

I think I might have found my next occupation if this photography thing doesn’t work out…personal travel companion! My neighbor and her friends, all of whom I count as really really good friends, take a yearly trip to Palm Springs. This year everyone was sort of out of sorts…sick, on oxygen, etc…it was looking dicey. […]

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Princess Perfect

I’m not sure I could envision a more perfect Saturday morning portrait sitting. I was greeted at the door by two princess…well, is Ariel a princess? Probably, but if not then being a mermaid is undoubtedly just as good. We then proceeded in rapid order to play ferries, do puzzles, twirl about, fall into a […]

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