Welcome to my blog…to my life. I’m a California girl…born and raised here…spent a few years in Colorado, but California holds my roots. I’m a child of God and blessed to know Jesus…his grace and love are priceless to me. I’m a daughter and sister, wife and mother…three times each out of three of these. I’ve experienced young widowhood, divorce and true kindred spirit love. I’m a friend, an open book and a truth seeker. I create without following recipes or reading music...I thoughtfully and creatively photograph images that speak to my heart…and hope to yours. So, come share my life through the eye of a camera lens. I will show you pieces of what I see, tell you stories about them and often write a prayer along the way.
Blessings to you,

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Trust like a child

Ok, so here is the same photo from the last post but enlarged in my brand new blog! Yeah! I am excited and anxious to start to blog again...it's been too long! So much has happened and so many photos have been taken. So many new relationships I have made with my new clients and I will begin to slowly add them to the blog with some stories along the way!

Here is Michelle and Brooklin (darling name!). Michelle is a very sweet and kind natured woman who I have met at Curves where I work part time in the afternoon. Brooklin is a living doll who LOVES to swing! (As you saw in the previous post). "Lord bless the lives of Brooklin and her sister and her mama and daddy. Thank you for the laughter and innocence of children...help us all to trust you like children trust their parents. Thank you that you gave us children in life to remind us the true and pure things of life. Cause us to trust you like a child and thank you for your forgiveness when we act otherwise...Amen"Photobucket" />

1 comment:

Lydia said...

Your new blog is beautiful! Love the new profile picture of you too!

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