Whew, it is 2016. I haven’t posted since August…it is time to catch up. When I initially began this business I blogged about every single session. I love doing that, but the hours in the days and weeks seem to be shorter these days for some reason. I am going to do my best to go back and post as many sessions as I can now that I am nearly caught up…
First off, so many of you are asking about scheduling sessions for the upcoming summer and fall. I promise I will have more information soon on that. I am still talking with my marketing/business/financial partner and husband about how to best do that. First and foremost I am a wife, mom and daughter and while I adore photography and capturing moments those of you who know me know that. Every year of Twig & Daisy has looked a little bit different due to the needs of my family and I expect this year will be more of the same. I plan on having all of the details hammered out by April 1, 2016. So thanks for being patient.
As long as this post is about me and family here is a little personal update. Our oldest, Tommy, is a senior this year, so yes you can expect his senior pictures to be posted in a blog. Although to be honest I haven’t even completed editing his session, the joys of having your Mom be your photographer. We are soaking him in this year and this spring we will continue to be doing that with end of chapter celebrations and graduations. So don’t expect photography availability until June. I will be here
treading water enjoying every moment of senior trips, golf season, baseball season and graduation open houses. We have a sophomore, 7th grader and a kindergartner as well this year. They are also busy with their own things, sports, church, and so on…I am THAT Mom with a senior and a kindergartner at school. For those of you who have asked about and prayed for my Mom she continues to fight ovarian cancer and is doing really well right now. I spend as much time as I need to being at her appointments and any procedures she needs to have. My Dad calls me her “quarterback” in this game of cancer, the Doctors may get tired of my near endless questions…but that’s okay with me. She is a BIG priority in my life. I know there are several of you who have been impacted by my rescheduling and juggling sessions around as needed so I can be with her when I need to be. I consider that a BONUS of this job.
Thank you to all of you who trusted me with your sessions in 2015. I enjoyed every session and I always take away something special from each of you. I consider it a privilege to be invited into your life, and your moments and memories.
As far as family photos of my own people…I wanted snow this year for our pictures so we waited until early January to capture them. Here is my favorite…again the session is not completely edited yet but it is on the list of to-do’s.