Monthly Archives: October 2010

Score another one for the poets…

I feel like a broken record when I speak about poetry. Sort of lost and uncomprehending. Wishing I could engage with it…wondering why it isn’t prose. Photographing the poetry series has really opened my eyes. The poets they host aren’t writing the poems with the fumbling rhymes, simplistic analogies, over dramatized emotions that I wrote (under […]

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Fun on Capitol Hill

I hung out with Danny last week on Capitol Hill. I’m always a bit intimidating with cool looking high school guys…let’s just say my humor is a bit too juvenile (and that’s saying something, I know). But Danny was so nice, so open to having a good time. It was fun to see a neighborhood […]

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Sweet moments

It’s funny how much of life takes place in the bedroom. It’s such a special, snuggle zone especially with babies. It’s love and comfort. I was so happy sharing these moments with them.And then we headed out for a few and I got this sweet little shot. I love it….it’s like Claire is a gift […]

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Deliciously delicious

I get made fun of a lot around my house for using what is considered schmaltzy descriptions of kids, families and my photos. Like when I said that Josie here was sooooo delicious. But I stood my ground. I’m sure there are millions of other words to describe her, funny, spunky, adorable but mostly I […]

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Rain rain you don’t bother us!

When you are so stinkin cute who cares about a little rain. When I went through this day of mini sittings each and every one made me giggle, sigh, guffaw, and think about how much I love how parents love their kids. Seeing so many families in one day brings home how different every family […]

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Sweet Siblings

I love it when siblings are sweet with one another. Which isn’t to say they aren’t also a little spicy but there is this really wonderful undercurrent of caring. Last time I met up with them they spent a good portion of the time wrestling…this time I spent most of my time praying no one went head […]

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Not tying the knot….

just tightening it. That’s how Tracey and Steve described their wedding and the fact that after 20 years they had finally decided to, well, tighten the knot. It was a beautiful, simple, joyful day celebrated out near Poulsbo at the Farm Kitchen. One of my most favorite places ever to celebrate a wedding. If I had […]

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