Good Times

December 17th 2007 / 2 minutes to read

My son and I hung out at a friend’s house this weekend (originally we were going to my sister’s but she had called while I was driving in the evil snow storm and we didn’t end up going over) and had a really nice time. Here are some photos. I wish I had done better but I always feel awkward since I am still more so with landscape/nature photography than you know… actual people.

Danny had a lot of fun as he got to play with my friend’s niece, it was very cute.
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The lovely hostess.
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This really is her eye, isn’t it pretty?
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My drink of the evening. (Literally, I only drank half of this over 3 hours)
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Lastly, I can’t help it… it was sparkley.
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Onto other things, I really appreciate the emails/comments/text messages I’ve been getting lately. I sometimes forget that there are friends out there that care about me. I am really going to make more of an effort to stay in contact, even if I have to text you every single day on my lunch break! Speaking of, if I for some reason don’t have your cell number, just email it to me and I will do likewise.

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Amanda

I love the pictures, he’s a little cutie.

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Erin

I love that first picture. Beautiful.

I think what makes your photography great is that sometimes you catch your subjects soul. That is such a powerful thing.

Now I want some Mike’s too! I’ll take a Lime instead, though…

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Arielle

Pretty pictures, as always! I really love the third one. So cute.

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