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5 Things I Love Today

We were out of town all weekend for a wedding, and after getting back late-ish last night (ok, so it was 9, but there was very little sleep had this weekend), we opted for zoning out on the couch instead … Continue reading

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Ana-Joel and Joseph: New York Fall Engagement Shoot

Obviously when I said on Sunday that I would have the second half of the photos up “tomorrow” I meant Tuesday. It just took too long to decide which ones to share… which is why I am sharing more than … Continue reading

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Black and White Banff

I love a good black and white photo. Don’t misunderstand me — I LOVE color. But I think that is just because I love drama, which can be created through dramatic color, or dramatic line and shape. This is kind … Continue reading

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Honeymoon Part II: Canadian Color

I have said it before, but I love color. That sentence is not strong enough for how I really feel. I’m like Winston Churchill – I show total prejudice against the dull colors and flock to the bold and bright. … Continue reading

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Paris: To See, To Sit, To Eat

All of these recent posts brimming over with love for DC might tempt a reader to forget that city which holds first place forever in my heart (KY cities excluded because home is a different story.) Paris. This summer I … Continue reading

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A couple resolutions

I have written before about how incredibly awful I am at maintaining resolutions, thus my annual renewing of my vow to floss daily. But this year I decided to try to at least make a couple resolutions beyond my yearly … Continue reading

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The Summer Recap, i.e the Summer Reading List

I realize that teachers are notoriously a complaining bunch. Yes we have to put up with the world’s offspring, but honestly, it is a wonderful job. When I was reading about all of the teachers rioting because their pensions were … Continue reading

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