It has been a while since I have posted. I was planning my wedding and was just way too busy. Now all of that is over and I have much more free time on my hands, maybe I will be able to blog more. Maybe, someday, I will even blog about my own wonderful wedding day!
I shot this beautiful wedding the weekend before my own wedding. The ceremony was outside and the weather and venue were perfect. I am so happy that I could be there to capture Jesse and Lesley's memories for them. I feel so honored that I get to create images for them to remember their wedding day. I love weddings and I am thankful that I get to be a part of so many.
I really need to blog more. I have full intentions to blog and then I never do. I just get too busy!! So here is a little bit of what I have been up to. I will post again soon and show you a few more sessions that I have done recently.
Here is a quick little blog post to show you what I have been working on these past few months.
I'm not going to worry about putting them in order (although I wish I had the time to do that because I hate being jumbled lol). I'm sure there are many sessions that I am missing but I will post more in a few days from other sessions.
Keep checking back.
And here is a sneak peek of what I will post tomorrow!!! (hopefully tomorrow, but we all know how I am with blogging)
Most of you know that on June 2nd is my Spring Portrait event and basket party. This event will take place from 2pm-7pm. Prior to the event people can sign up for a 15 minute mini portrait session. These sessions are $10.00. There will also be a basket party and prizes available for guests to try and win by purchasing tickets. A local DJ will be playing music and we are also having food at the event.
I am donating all of the money from this event to the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance continues to be a voice for ovarian cancer survivors and works to reduce the number of deaths from ovarian cancer by advocating at the federal level for adequate funding for ovarian cancer research and for legislation that improves the quality of life and access to care for cancer patients. According to data, the mortality rates for ovarian cancer have not improved in forty years since the “War on Cancer” was declared. However, other cancers have shown a marked reduction in mortality, due to the availability of early detection tests and improved treatments. Unfortunately, this is not the case with ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer accounts for approximately three percent of cancers in women. While the ninth most common cancer among women, ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related death among women, and is the deadliest of gynecologic cancers.
Your contribution will help support all of the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance’s advocacy, education, and awareness programs. At this time we are asking for gift certificates, baskets, or cash donations to make our portrait event and basket party a success.
Please help me bring awareness to Ovarian Cancer and raise money for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance.
RIP Aunt Molly, always in my heart. I miss you so much .
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