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Thursday, January 01, 2009

A New Blog!!!

Hey everybody! I wanted to start the new year off with something fresh so I've created a new blog. I'm super excited about the new look and feel. Pretty soon, this blog will be changed to automatically redirect visitors to the new site. Please let me know what you think. We'll be posting some pretty big news within the next week, so be sure and check back. Here's the link to the new blog.


Saturday, December 20, 2008

Anna and Matthew!

Last Saturday we were blessed to have been a part of Anna and Matthew's wedding. These two have dated forever and have finally decided to tie the knot. They couldn't have picked a better day. The weather was mild for December, which allowed us to get some great shots outside to compliment the beautiful interior shots. For us, it was a bit of a reunion since we have shot the weddings of three of Anna's bridesmaids. That just made the day all the more fun. Thanks Anna and Matthew for being great sports. We enjoyed working with you and your families. You can view the slideshow by clicking here!

Monday, December 15, 2008


Congratulations to the Boaz High Cheerleaders who took first place at the regional competition...again! You can view pictures from their routine here. They'll be traveling to compete at the national competition in Orlando next February. Good luck girls...we love you!

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Thank You!

Yesterday I delivered the toys from my toy drive over to the wonderful folks at the Marshall County Christmas Coalition. As you can see I had a little help loading the truck. Overall we collected almost 90 toys! Thanks to all my awesome clients who participated this year. I was also very touched when my UPS delivery man brought a package to the studio the other day. He noticed the toys on the couch and asked what I was doing. As I told him, he reached into his pocket and gave me a cash donation. He then shared a story that not too long ago he was out of work yet through the kindness and generosity of friends and former coworkers his kids still had Christmas presents. He just wanted to give back. That's what it's all about, isn't it? If you didn't get the chance to donate, but would still like to help out just send me an email or call the studio and I can give you the information you need. Thank you again.

Friday, December 05, 2008

Warm Cocoa!

Tonight is the night for the annual Boaz Christmas parade. That can only mean one thing....HOT CHOCOLATE! Who doesn't love hot chocolate? Actually, I like warm chocolate because hot chocolate (you know, like the kind you get at football games) burns my tongue. Everyone is invited to come by the studio tonight. I'll be serving up my now famous warm chocolate while it lasts. Really I should correct myself before I go any further. I found out recently that real hot chocolate is made from actual chocolate that's been melted. Hot cocoa is made from the cocoa powder. I also found out that one of the very first versions of hot chocolate was made by the Aztecs, and it had chili peppers in it! YUCK! No wonder they called it hot chocolate! Because I can only imagine the mess I would make melting hershey bars, and slicing chili peppers, tonight I will be serving...warm cocoa with marshmallows. It's funny what you learn if you do a little research. Anyway, be sure and come by, it's a great spot for watching the parade, and the kids can catch candy like crazy...hope to see you here tonight!

Monday, December 01, 2008

A great little trip...

Well if you didn't know it...we went to the beach this weekend. It was kind of a last minute trip for us. We left after lunch on Thanksgiving day and just got back last night. Although it was a little rainy I can honestly say I had the best time ever. It was great to just hang out with family and our friends Paige and Dusty. We got to take part in the annual Rosemary Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Paige had a good day at the Rosemary Beach Holiday Market selling her Christmas stockings and frames. We had a blast shooting family portraits for the Davis family, and then Katie and Andrew's engagement session. Then on Saturday, Michelle made us some delicious snacks for the game. On the last day I woke up early like I always seem to do. The sunrise over Rosemary was particularly beautiful that morning so I grabbed my camera for a few quick shots. It seems weird to say this since I'm a photographer, but I don't take enough pictures.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

We will be out of town for a few days, but I wanted to leave you with this. Might want to have the Kleenex ready.