July 2015


Haggard Family Photos

I first met the Haggard family a few years ago while attending Walnut Hill Bible Church. My son, Noah and one of their adorable, blonde-headed, smiley-faced children, Silas, immediately became best friends during Sunday school and children’s church. Ever since then, not only have the boys been inseparable, their entire family has proven to be one of the biggest blessings of my life in so many ways.

I wanted to do something for them to show my appreciation for every minute of babysitting they’ve helped out with, all the last-minute favors granted, and all the wonderful times we’ve had together. I thought-what better way than to give the gift of documenting their family with a priceless and unforgettable photo session! We picked a day and headed off to the park. I was working with a total of two adults, 4 children-including a very uncooperative toddler (it’s ok, Shiloh, we all still love you ;), and two young dogs. It was a blast! I wanted to include a few of my favorites from that day and show what a great idea family photos outside of the studio can be. Schedule your session with me today!

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Finding a Gem

 

 

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Yesterday I performed military honors for a funeral in Saxeville, WI. On my way back home I stopped to fuel up and noticed I was standing right next to a dock on a beautiful lake-which I later learned was Lake Mason in Briggsville, WI. Right next door to my hometown and I never knew it existed! Needless to say, it was beautiful. I parked my car on the gravel path adjacent to the landing dock and walked to the edge. I could see the blue skies, lapping waves, and smell the fresh, lake air. That moment in time was a true gift of God.

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