From the monthly archives:

January 2009


January 29, 2009

I was a little bummed the night before last that Christopher wasn’t here to make fun of the weather forecasters with me. We love the drama on the news this time of year – the close-ups of icicles on the cars, tires spinning out, 18-wheelers screeching on the roads. It’s almost never as bad as [...]

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iPhone photo gallery tour

January 27, 2009

Initially I was going to do a post just about yesterday – spending all day at Alex’s school volunteering, but I decided to include a couple more photos that I’ve taken with my iPhone (which by the way is magical, except for the camera…not so great). At Alex’s school, the teachers get a day to [...]

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Soon he’ll speak Miskito

January 23, 2009

For the second consecutive year, my husband Christopher, his dad and a church out of Georgia are heading to Nicaragua for a mission trip. Tonight they will arrive in Managua, the capital, leave on one of those really small planes (already scary, huh?) tomorrow morning and arrive in Puerto Cabezas. Then they take a bus [...]

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New pricing – and some perks, too!

January 15, 2009

Last year when I began my photography business, I wasn’t really sure about the response I would get. So, without putting much thought into the pricing, I just arbitrarily created prices for the various print sizes. Well, I was surprisingly overwhelmed with work, and especially during Christmas, I was very busy. The response was awesome! [...]

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A year of reconnecting

January 7, 2009

Already I’ve had an interesting year. When I was in college, I spent a semester abroad in Sevilla Spain. It was the Spring of 1997, and in lots of ways I remember it like yesterday. Life getting in the way has caused me to lose touch with so many of those people I laughed with [...]

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Happy 2009!

January 5, 2009

We had a wonderful Christmas! The girls got everything they wanted and more – a violin for Big A, more babies than you can count for Little A, a remote control blimp and fashion runway, too. Most importantly, we had a great time with all sides of the family. We especially enjoyed getting to spend [...]

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