Forgiveness: Don’t Let the Sun Go Down…...

November 15, 2011
My church recently started a new series called, “Break Out: The Power of Forgiveness.” The message is rather simple and yet it’s one of those messages that we all need to be reminded of on a regular basis…at least I do.If you’re married or in any sort of committed relationship, anger and forgiveness are a continuous cycle (rinse, cycle, repeat)…but maybe it’s a coworker, a sibling, a parent or a neighbor. Whatever the case, my guess is that we’ve all had angry feelings toward someone recently. With those types of feelings comes a choice:Remain...
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Happy Little Family

November 08, 2011
I mentioned on Sunday that I met up with a friend, Pam, on Saturday to photograph her son’s two-year old birthday party. Before the guests arrived, we took a few family portraits. I got home rather late last night (Monday), so I didn’t have much time for processing, but did want to share one of the happy little family. By the way, in case you missed my note on Sunday…I am in intensive training for the next few days. As much as I enjoy blogging, I simply don’t have much time this week to blog hop as I normally would. If I take a little longer than usual to respond to...
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Make Me Laugh (Portrait Bloopers)

November 01, 2011
This weekend, I met up with my family at the beach for a little bonding time (which explains why I disappeared from the blogging scene for a few days – my apologies if I haven’t made a visit to your blog in a few days…something had to give). While we were there, my sister decided to cash in my portrait session offer…the one I offered during her birthday back in April. Unfortunately, we did not have the most beautiful day to work with – it was about 50 degrees and windy. That didn’t stop me! I’ll be showing a few of my favorite photos from our session...
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 2: The Louvre Part 1...

October 04, 2011
If you’ve been following me the past few weeks, you know that my husband and I recently traveled to London and Paris. If you’ve missed any of my previous vacation posts, click HERE. We decided to spend part of our second day in Paris at The Louvre. You probably know that the Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums, the most visited art museum in the world and a historic monument. What you may or may not know is that it began as a fortress built in the late 12th century under Philip II. The museum opened in 1793, and as of 2008, the collection is divided among eight...
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