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Welcoming in 2011

January 5, 2011

Since I have been way behind on my blog, I have missed quiet a few posts. I will make this one a type of Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Years post. I’m just going to ramble on for awhile, cause well I want to. Ok, here it goes.

What I’m thankful for…

*For my health

*My family

*My boyfriend

*My talent

*All my amazing friends and clients.

*And basically all of the people that have stuck by me through thick and thin. I take nothing for granted and I live each and every day like it is my last. Even if some of those days are just sitting around on the sofa with my boyfriend watching movies. Or him sitting there quietly watching me edit a session or two.

Now the Christmas one…

Well I don’t really know what to do with this one. I had a very good Christmas, as was to be expected. I got some pretty amazing gifts from my boyfriend. He gave me things that had camera’s on them {that is one of the reasons I love him so much}. Earrings, necklace, and a coin/club purse that had all different kinds of camera’s on it. I got a few gift cards and clothing from my parents. But I would have to say the most amazing experience I had was at my church. No really. People will tell you that I don’t what children (to much to worry about, and lets face it some of us ladies just are not meant for motherhood like others are). But as I was sitting there in the church I just couldn’t help but smile at the kids as Santa came walking in, and handed them candy canes and asked them what they wanted. It just made me smile, and I could see then why children photography is so popular. I just thought that it was sweet, and their smiles were so genuine, and it just reminded me of a Taylor Swift song. Yes, I’m quit cheesy as of right now, but that is ok.

But I would have to say that the most beautiful thing about Christmas is the music. I love to be in the church just singing carols. To me it just beings you closer to God. And for that I’m grateful, because until a few years ago I wasn’t that close to God. But then I found him. And I credit that to photography and my boyfriend, Patrick, he helped me find God.

Now the New Years Resolutions.

Every year I have many resolutions, but I can’t seem to finish them which is really sad. But this year I’m determined to finish at least one.

My new year’s resolutions {for photography} are as follows…

*To start a project, mostly personal, and finish it fully. {Like the 365 Project}. {Follow me on Flickr, to see my 365 project from day to day.}

*Expand my knowledge of photography and the post-processing.

*To not be stressed out so much about things, that I can’t control. {Because I know that everything will be ok in the end}

*To trust in my instincts.

{There are many more, but I would rather keep those under wraps. Wouldn’t want to ruin the surprise for everyone, now would I?}

But now on to my favorite pictures that I took in 2010. There are not going to many, but there will be enough. But first I would like to thank everyone who allowed me to photograph them this year. Follow me on Facebook, if you are not already. I would be nowhere without the support from my friends and family. They are everything to me and I couldn’t ask for a better support system.





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