Tag Archives: kentucky

Coming home means…

Piles of shoes by the back door because I will never ever ever be considered adult enough to be allowed to keep my shoes on in my mother’s house.  Stolen moments practicing piano when no one is home because I … Continue reading

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Zach and Kaitlyn

Last month I was able to photograph the lovely wedding of Zach and Kaitlyn, longtime best friends who later fell in love. Today I’m excited to share some of my favorite images from their special day.  Congratulations Zach and Kaitlyn!

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At a glance.

Today, a Great Thing shall happen that has not happened in some time: Stone family road trip.  1, 313 miles. One vehicle. 4 very tall people.* Lots of books. At least 2 stops at Cracker Barrel. Several times singing along … Continue reading

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The things that make it home.

They say that the older you get, the more you realize that home is less a physical location, and more the people that matter. A part of me believes this. Over the past ten months, home has become where James … Continue reading

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The Worthams

I am in Kentucky all this week and it is glorious. I never get tired of coming home, and this week I have gotten to spend some quality time with two of my favorite girls, Amanda and Emmie Rose. By … Continue reading

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Kentucky Winter

Winter in Kentucky is a wet and muddy mess. States further north get snow to hide their naked winter selves and states further south get spared some of the cold. Kentucky just gets long, cold, soggy winters broken up by … Continue reading

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A Wedding Story: It all ends in a party.

Unsolicited Wedding Advice #LAST: Remember that serious ceremony stuff? Well now it is time for a PARTY. Throw the type of party you would want to attend. Be inspired… but be realistic. After grand visions of barns draped in silk … Continue reading

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The Fourth the way it should be.

The Fourth of July might just be my favorite holiday. I love Christmas and Thanksgiving, but they have so much more pressure attached. There are gifts, traditions, weighty religious and historical undertones, and all sorts of hype. But on July … Continue reading

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Summer is…

Summer is time at the pool with Grandma or Amanda and trying to slowly lower my SPF to get the right tan. Summer is eating the first tiny ripe tomatoes off the plant because I am too impatient to wait … Continue reading

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Shower: Rejoicing while one shoves one’s face with finger foods

I have been remiss in blogging about the amazing wedding shower that I was thrown a couple weeks ago. Let me pause to say that there are lots of not-fun parts to wedding planning. Tracking down addresses, remembering lots of … Continue reading

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