welcome to my blog!
I was a scrapbooker many years ago, but I quit during a traumatic time in my life (see below). In 2009 I decided to come back to the hobby I had once loved. I got a little distracted by photography and spent lots of time learning my camera. In 2010 I started Project Life for the first time. And now I am still enamored with documenting the beautiful world all around me. I take a lot of pictures with my dslr and my iphone and I have way too much fun with paper and glue. If you want a few more details click here.
random things you might want to know about me:
I have two boys. Alec is 17 and Mason is 15. They are awesome. And they don't even complain too much that I'm constantly taking pictures of them... I think they're used to it.
In 1998, 10 days short of my 32nd birthday, my life changed forever when I became a widow. My first husband, Ben, drowned while we were on a family vacation at the beach. My boys had just turned three and one.
I married the most wonderful man five years later in 2003. His name is Gary. He became a great dad to my boys when they were six and eight. They don't allow anyone to call him a "stepdad". We are truly blessed that God sent us the perfect man to be a husband to me and a dad to them. I had just assumed that I wouldn't remarry, but obviously God had other plans for us. My first mother-in-law likes to say that she thinks Ben picked him out for us from heaven.
We have a funny Jack Russell Terrior named Maisy.
Diet Coke makes me really happy.
I have saved the princess a few times in Super Mario (it was a long time ago).
I enjoy reading real-life stories like Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer.
My favorite kind of photography is candids of my family, but I get really excited when I get the chance to photograph butterflies too. :)
I am always happy to answer questions about photography, scrapbooking or project life. If your blogger account lists your email as no-reply@blogger I will reply to your question on my blog.
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