Oh My!

Please, someone tell me that it hasn’t really been that long since I last posted!  Of course, it’s not like I haven’t thought about you all…I’ve had the best of intentions.  Really.  But life?  Well life just gets in the way sometimes doesn’t it?  Between working and children and that learning-to-survive-on-his-own husband of mine I just haven’t had a minute.  But, I promise, the end is in sight.  I actually still have some days open in November that aren’t scheduled yet!  Yes, the light is at the end of the tunnel.  And, since I don’t hear a train whistle, I think it may be a good thing 😉

So, while I would love to show you some recent portrait work I’m on the wrong computer, and you get some favorites from my night job at The Journal Gazette.  In no particular order, here ya go:

Mayor Tom Henry touched arrived by helicopter on the 50 yard line at the Snider vs Bishop Dwenger game Friday night.  Henry delivered the game ball to officials to start the match between the two rival schools.

Reid Imel, of Norwell High School, serves the ball during his match at Carroll for the Regional’s match.

Bishop Dwenger’s Cameron Schenkel and Snider’s Zachary Abels fight for control of the ball during Wednesday night’s sectionals game at Carroll.

That guy there on the right?  Yeah, I’ve known him since he was in kindergarten.  He used to call my house for Miss Stephanie just to chat.  I love that my “fun” job lets me see and connect with people that I have interacted with most of my life.  Such an awesome thing to enjoy your work.

I hope that you are enjoying your work and
-thanks for stopping by!


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