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RANDOM THINGS THAT MAKE ME HAPPY: Sure, and ’tis a grand day to be alive in Connecticut. It’s like springView full post »

Savor: (v) to give oneself to the enjoyment of.

So, in the sneak peek for this shoot I mentioned that the dog wasn’t mine, nor was the boy. But when I began to goView full post »

Sneak Peek.

~ A boy and his dog. (Oh, and in case you, dear reader, are wondering– that is not our boy. And that is not ourView full post »

Day 292.

‘Love watching this boy draw. Serious business. Now let’s hope this coming week is as bright and shiny asView full post »


Two consecutive frames, 1/3rd of a second apart. We had just arrived to the Cape and finished setting up our campsite.View full post »


~ Connor was so sick yesterday and part of today. He just quietly lay in the recliner looking nauseous and miserable,View full post »

Day 98.

~ Head of the Meadow Beach. North Truro, Cape Cod. 2009. I have hope for so many more days like Day 98. “The sea!View full post »

Hasten : (v.) to move or act with haste; proceed, hurry. To urge on.

It’s a study in contrasts– the yearning for the days to pass swiftly, for spring to arrive– and yetView full post »

New: coming or occurring afresh; further; additional, fresh.

Post-edit to add: Check out little Emily’s parent’s company online here. Paul and I MUST have their looseView full post »

Baby in a Basket. Sneak Peek.

I know of a certain new mama who may be anxiously awaiting this post. There are many more images to show, but withoutView full post »

Day 291.

‘Cameo’ apple on our kitchen table. Happy golden light streaming through the little windows on our frontView full post »

Have your Cake.

~ School vacation. Crock Pot cake. (5 happy words.) CROCK POT CAKE 1 package chocolate cake mix1 container of sour creamView full post »


Day at the library. This time with my 3 adorable nephews in tow. It was a happy little memory from our busy week. ”View full post »

Have a heart.

Here’s the little Valentine’s project I (and the kids) have been working on for their class parties, whichView full post »

That’s what friends are for.

They make you smile when you feel like crying. And when you do cry (while wiping your eyes with your hands, because youView full post »