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Dylan and Braiden

The tools available to us today offer us so many options beyond just a color picture or even black and white. Photoshop opens up a world of creativity that is only limited by our imagination.

Senior template

It is time to start thinking of pics for our upcoming seniors! We have lots of great places to go and take pics, the beach, the parks, I have even found a great place with antique trucks! All sessions booked before June 1st will recieve a 25% discount off any size session fee.

Bluebonnet girl

I have had my website up long enough to think I need to clean house, paint the walls (so to speak), and start afresh! Tell me what you think of the changes!!

Being a total Flickr addict I have been looking at little girl pics and I love the idea of tea parties and dress up days…I never did that sort of thing but I really love the pics that I have seen of tea parties and such. I am going to look for a little girly table and chairs,maybe paint it a pretty color, I think my mom still has the giant Andy doll,but maybe not…maybe my sisters,anyhoo I think I would love to do that as well. I have spent my weekend making tutus – 5 to be exact in varying colors and combinations there of, I even have little rosebuds to put on some. I will have to get some pics of them. I think I am so attracted to little girl things because I have absolutely none to spoil of my own 🙂

New Logo

Bluebonnet Day went off beautifully! My friend Jessica and youngest son,Devon came and brought pizza and helped to watch and keep the kiddos occupied. I was busy for a straight 3 hrs and really feel like I took some wonderful pictures of some truly beautiful children! What a pleasure the whole experience was!

 I new friend,Jessica Oatman, designed my new logo and I LOVE it! She put a hibiscus in the logo ,unbeknowest to her that it was one of my dad’s and mine favorite flowers. Seems like God whispers and let us know he is indeed with us and all is well!

Flickr Photos

April 2007
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