Monday, November 10, 2008
I have had an ongoing courtship with technology and it seems to finally becoming more intimate. By this I mean I am figuring out new buttons on my computer and just what they are for! I have just realized how to make the Blog work with my website and so here is the link and please check out the photos there.
I want to say a most special THANK YOU to my website Master..AL SHANTO who has so graciously worked for over a year creating this with me. He has been patient with my indecisiveness, supportive in his creativity and dedicated to finishing.
I am so grateful and think if you need a web Master he is your guy!
Here is a photo of a beautiful dragonfly my friend Sonia found. I think they are quite stunning and mytserious. I hope you come across something mysterious and stunning. I imagine we do all the time it's just a matter of noticing.....or shall I say "glimpsing".
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This is for my parents on their 46th wedding aniversary! I think they are the greatest parents anyone could ever ask for. They have role modeled a remarkable, respectful, loving and beautiful relationship all my life. They have supported all of us (4 kids) in so many ways...emotionally, physically and spiritually and I know my brothers would agree when I say I believe we are so blessed to have all had each other in this lifetime. Mom and Dad..Thanks and we love you!
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
During the past few weeks I have had the great honor of photographing some remarkable moments in time. An opportunity to see change in the world. At one of the weddings of these women a toast was made that recited one of the definitions of MARRIAGE..n., "a union between two souls". One of the things that I found most moving was that each of these couples had been together for more than twenty years. They understand committment and unconditional love in a way most newlyweds can't begin to imagine. Here's to LOVE....in all it's beautiful forms!
It had been a wee while since I last saw my new nephew Owen. I had either forgotten how cute he was or he got cuter I am not sure which. He and I had fun but he was most interested in Buttercup our cat. I remember when my daughter was so small and she didn't like getting her clothes changed and now that she is almost a teenager it seems that's all she does. My son, however, still does not like change of any kind as he is more a creature of habit.
I enjoy all the stages of childhood and feel particularly blessed to be able to document it!
It keeps me connected to what really matters in life...LOVE!