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Yearly Archives: 2011

Matt, Rita, Sydney & Reagan | Easter Photo Shoot 2011

God held back the rain and gave us beautiful sunshine for Easter in Indianapolis.  These two little Florida girls came from 90 degree weather to a “frigid” 70 degrees.  While I was shedding my layers, they were perfectly content in their sweaters!  :)  Both Sydney and Reagan are as sweet as can be, and naturals in front of the camera.  We even managed to squeeze in a few family pics!

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Madison | Spring Photo Shoot 2011

Is she adorable, or what?!  I wish I could post every cute picture of Madison on here, but it would fill up my whole blog!  I think the results were worth braving the cold—Don’t you??

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Dog Haters Need Not Apply

Ok.  I’ll admit it.  I used to be a dog hater.  I’m not proud of that fact, but I’m owning up to it.

Yep.  That’s the way it was until a little ball of white fur entered our lives.  He won us over, and carved out his own little place in our dog-hater hearts.  Bear has reduced a family of four adults to talking baby talk, rolling around on the floor, and generally allowing him to get his own way—often.  Something we would have never put up with with our own children.  Somehow it seems ok with him though.

Yep.  I’ll shout it from the rooftops.  I’m no longer a “hater-of-dogs”.  I’ve been reformed.  And I think I like it.

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Young at Heart

Last Wednesday, my dear grandmother celebrated her 98th birthday.  Now, this is remarkable in and of itself, but even more so considering she still leads a prayer group every week, does her crossword puzzle every day, and studies her Bible each morning.  What an incredible gift her life has been to so many around her.  She was an instrument that God used to show Christ to me as a child, and she continues to be a great source of inspiration even now.

Thought I would share a picture I took of her recently.

Some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty—they merely move it from their faces into their hearts.Martin Buxbaum

 

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