A Little Note.

A quick update: I’ve been receiving a number of emails requesting dates for photo sessions, and I thought it was time to again post a notice here on the blog. I am still not taking any new clients at this time. There are some people already on a waiting list, and with the tremendous help of Kara and Kayla, I am working on getting some of them taken care of. I need to take the time to rest and continue the healing process- to take care of my family and myself. It’s taking longer than I want it to, longer than I thought it would– but this feeling of total exhaustion is a clear indication that it’s time to slow down. Thanks for caring enough to ask me for session appointments. I do not take that privilege lightly, and I look forward to working with so many of you sometime in the future. At this point, my time away is indefinite, but I will be posting a notice on the blog when I am ready to begin again. The blog will still stay active, with a of a few previously-scheduled sessions, and our little everyday moments here at home. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

This image is just a little look back to a wonderful day on the Cape. One of the many reasons why I love photography– how a photo can conjure up so many thoughts. This brings me back to sun and warmth and a blue, blue sky. It brings me back to a day on the open seas in a place that holds countless, beautiful memories. Back to a lovely day in July where I was without care or worry because I had no clue what was ahead of us. It brings me back to a time of rest and simplicity, back to time spent with the man who has held me up through all of this. It brings me back, and in doing so, it makes me happy.



“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed in the things that you didn’t do than the ones you did do, so throw off the bow lines.

Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover!”

-Mark Twain


September 30, 2010 - 7:02 am

Cheryl - I am glad that you had the courage to do this, Betsy. The surgery has taken more of a toll than you like to admit sometimes, and there is nothing wrong with being brave enough to own up to it!

September 30, 2010 - 3:44 pm

Kathy - certainly understand Betsy. hope I didn’t put any pressure on you. you need to take care of yourself first before you can do anything else. wishing you continued healing.

September 30, 2010 - 3:50 pm

Betsy - @ Kathy: I never felt pressured by you at all. You have been wonderful to our family! @ Mom: Thanks. :) It’s nice knowing you’re one of my cheerleaders!

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