Sun rays to watch
Summer is almost here. I know many people will be flocking to the beaches to try to get that beautiful bronze tan that we all think looks so healthy.
I ran across this video and wanted to share it with all of you. I do think its an important message or I wouldn;t bother you with it. But we need to be aware of what the sun can do to our kids and us.
It’s especially important if you have a teenager – it is so hard to express how dangerous it can be to get that tan but I think this video says it all.
I lost a friend a few years ago who had a Malignant Melanoma. He was a red head, with a fair completion and he loved the sun. He would tell you the same thing the people inthis video are telling you.
Family and friends chuckle at my lily white legs but I’m okay with it.
Take just a few minutes to watch this. It could save a life.
I love you Mom
I remember when my son was born and they place him in my arms. I thought – boy this is going to be tough.
Then he took his first steps and he let go of my hands – letting go was even tougher.
Then he was a teenager – holy cow, that was the toughest.
Now he’s a young man and soon he’ll be leaving our home as an adult. Oh my! Does it get any tougher?
He’s a great son and I’m excited to see his adult life really begin.
Being a mother – IS the toughest job you’ll ever love!
Embrace you kids today – you can not imagine how quickly they grow up.
Life for them is so exciting. And you will have been a big part of it – even when he leaves home
When I opened the studio some 20 years ago, I knew I wanted to be around for a long time.
I knew I wanted to photograph families and their children for years to come and to be able to see those children grow up in front of my lens.
I offered many programs that allowed clients to develop albums and other portrait memories to enjoy over the years.
It’s a little surreal when the past stare me square in the eyes and then makes me smile.
This is a picture on the left, is of Jordan when she was only about a year old. Her mom was pregnant with her (now) sister. The picture on the right is Jordan today. Many years later. Seventeen to be exact.
I love what I do and it is such a pleasure knowing I am asked to create images of your children all the way up to high school senior photographs that we both can love.