My family and I have so many things to be thankful for this year. We have met so many amazing people through photography this year. A big thank you to all of our brides and grooms this year. I know we have built many relationships that will last a life time. We are also grateful for all the vendors we have worked with. We have received so much support from family and friends that it makes me speechless. I just can’t begin to express our gratitude.
I believe this year has been one of my favorites. With my girls growing up so fast and our business blossoming (which we never thought it would grow this fast). We are looking forward to the amazing things we have coming next year. We are bringing on some amazing new associates, and new tips and tricks for those of you starting out in photography.
We are in Idaho to celebrate Christmas with Doug’s family and wanted to get some fun photos of us while we were here. Unfortunately it was 18 Degrees at 2:00pm while we were taking photos. Which really didn’t seem that cold until I looked at my kids fingers and they were bright red. I’m happy to say my children made it without frost bite on their poor little fingers. Bribery of Pop Rocks and Hot Coco helped them get through it. The only thing I wanted for Christmas, but isn’t what every photographer wants, a great picture of my family to hang. Well it isn’t a master piece and we only had the self timer thanks to wireless trigger going out half way through the shoot. I love it, it is who we are. Plus the last picture is an award winning photo in my eyes. That is a defiantly a keeper.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!!!
P.S. Doug will probably kill me for saying this but oh well, while we were shooting he kept looking around. Finally I asked him why he was looking around and he says, “I don’t want any of my friends to drive by and see what I’m wearing.” HAHAH . I think he looked hot. Plus I dressed him.
Well ya’ll I am sounding off till next year. Thanks again for all the support!
Till next year, M