Now before you get too excited, sorry, but I'm not going to be dispersing nickels and pennies. Not that kind of change. :-)
Nooo....... what's coming is an Everyday You beautification! I've been working on a new look, and will begin implementing it soon! I know I haven't posted for a while, and now you know why. :)
It's been a busy summer between the beautification project, ordering new marketing materials, weddings and portrait sessions, album design, etc. WHEW! It's making me tired just thinking about it! Tomorrow I will be shooting a wedding portrait session for Tara and Allen, then Saturday I will be in Wichita for some family time (and maybe a brief photo session, it wouldn't be the first time!).
So you all have a fab weekend and keep your eyes peeled for the "new YOU"!!!!!
Yesterday was a great family session....the whole Carver family was together and wanted to get some family images. I always enjoy hanging out with incredibly nice, laid back, and fun people! Although it was hot out, I hope the sweat was worth it for everyone - I think it was!!!!
Grandpa wanted a shot of both boys coming down the slide...well, we tried. I kinda like it! :-)
Labels: family, portraits
2010 Seniors...time is running out to book the Harvest Special! Book your senior session by midnight tomorrow (7.10.09) to secure the special rate - 1/2 off your senior portrait session fee! This would mean.....
Senior Basic Session Fee: $100 (up to 1 hour, 3 outfit changes) $50 for a limited time!
Senior Enhanced Session Fee: $150 (up to 2 hours, 5 outfit changes) $75 for a limited time!
Senior Ultimate Session Fee: $250 (up to 3 hours, 7 outfit changes) $125 for a limited time!
Book now! firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650.9280. Don't forget - no mileage charge within 10 miles of Hays, KS or Abilene, KS. Live outside of 10 miles? No problem - book a senior session with a friend and you can split the mileage! Bonus!!!!!
Give me a holla to book!
I was there when her parents said "I do," so I feel like I have a connection. I just love this family, and although Miss R is only a week old, I can tell she's gonna fit in famously. Her big bro, A, LOVES his new job title and thinks his sissy is absolutely precious...although he's a little rambunctious with her, I'm betting in about 5 years she's gonna be whoopin' up on him. :-)
To the H family....you are great and I am so blessed to be a part of your family...in a roundabout way...you know what I mean!!
Labels: newborn, portraits
So, I've grown up listening to Tracy Lawrence
. He's just always been around as long as I can remember. I grew up with parents who thought Power 94.5 (now it's 97.5....all you people from around back home know what I'm talkin' about!) was ridiculous and bad music and.........you get the picture. :-)
Soooo when Tracy Lawrence was slated to sing at Wild West Fest
, I was like, "oh, that's cool," but didn't get too excited. Boy, I should have...he puts on a heckuva good show!!! It was a perfect night for an outdoor concert. This was my first time to attend WWF (I know, how long have I lived in Hays? Naughty!) and I was impressed!
The crowd was crazy, and once he started playing there really wasn't much getting up and moving around unless you wanted to bulldoze people, so I shot from where I sat (and stood, once everyone in front of us started standing). These aren't the types of pictures I normally blog about, but hey, there's more to life than portraits and weddings. :-)
and because there was a ferris wheel there, I couldn't resist.
Labels: concert, events, Hays, outdoors