Lately, my thoughts have been turning to my ancestors. I came across this poem by Pamela A. Harazim and just had to share. I hope it inspires you to gather and preserve the stories of your past!
Archives for July 2016
This has truly been the craziest summer as far as being busy that I can ever remember. If anyone ever asks me my job title, I quickly respond “The Manager of Chaos!” So yes–these past two months have been filled with happy chaos. Here are five of my favorite memories: Tim McGraw, friends, and fireworks […]
So–I’ve been on some fun trips this summer. Particularly two of them with Kerri Bradford and Kristy Banks! The first one was girls camping. Always such a fun time. Kerri took these photos of my granddaughter with her new FujiFilm X-T10 I love the results so much that I had to order one too and I’ve […]
One of the best ways to capture the likes, dislikes, dreams, hopes, fears, perceptions, and personalities of children is by interviewing them on a regular basis. Yearly or semi-annual question and answer sessions provide a wonderful opportunity to connect with and show your children how special they are to you. You also may discover surprising new insights about your […]
“Photographs matter because people matter, relationships matter, and memories matter.” — I recently came across this quote by Rachel LaCour Niesen. It so beautifully and plainly expresses the way I also feel about photos. Pictures and memories have been the focus of my career and a vital part of my personal mission to help others find joy […]