Remember I told you on Mother’s Day Daisy had six puppies? They are almost three weeks old now.
Yesterday, I thought it might be a good idea to take them outside and let them play in a grassy, shady area. I put them inside a large wooden garden box to keep them safe while they were out there.
I thought they would love it outside and this was definitely the way to go because, after all they are puppies and puppies love being outside.
They were quite traumatized to find out they were puppies and didn’t like the feeling of the grass at all.
They hated it!
In fact they cried
You never saw such babies in your whole life.
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I have spent the last few days trying to fit in time to edit the photos that I took to the other day of my friends family.
I snapped a load of photos and I got a lot of nice shots.
I’m really happy with the way things turned out.
I’m even happy with the shots I took just to take.
Like this one. . . and those other two.
Today, my friend told me she has a friend who is interested in hiring me to shoot her family.
I don’t know what will happen. But, I am sure excited about the possibilities .
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” So kick off yer shoes, if yer wearin’ em’, and git ready for a spit-lickin’ good time! ” Huck Finn
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The Balloons have filled the skies for the Memorial weekend in Simpsonville again this year.
It’s such an amazing site.
On this day it really does not matter how you feel about politics; we are all proud of the men and woman who serve and have served our Country so freely.
Happy Memorial Day Y’all & God Bless America!
It finally happened.
I had my first real photo shot with this wonderful family.
When Melissa came to me and asked me to take their family photos I totally thought. . . NO! NO! NO! NO!! there is just NO way I can do that.
But, she is a friend of mine. She told me I could do it.
For three weekends we tried to get these photos done but, it rained hard every weekend. It just didn’t seem like it was going to happen.
I tried to plan it so we could get started early and I told her about the golden hour. If we started early we could avoid shadows on faces, I said. But, Melissa is a busy mom and that didn’t’ work out at all. We got started at 11:45 a.m. yesterday afternoon.
When we got there – again I told her I was worried about the photography gods, the shadows, and – well, you know. . . .
You want to know what she said? “Lee, you’ll make it work.” and I said “Well. . . okay, let’s close our eyes and shoot. We should have at least one nice photo out of all these. “
So, that’s what I did. I closed my eyes, suggested we go into the shady areas ,relaxed and then had fun.
Now, can you believe I have photos nicer then these to share?
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It’s not unusual for us to have a house loaded with kids. They eat and then as I said yesterday. . .
after dinner someone grabs a guitar.
Oh! by the way,
Does anyone want a puppy?
NO! REALLY?? Does anyone want a puppy?
It’s just a typical even here for us – after dinner
someone strums the guitar.
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“What a lovely surprise to finally discover how unlonely being alone can be.” Ellen Burstyn
“True silence is the rest of the mind, and is to the spirit what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.” William Penn
Little Things Thursday
Yesterday Liz and I pulled over to the side of the road to take shots of a field covered in daises.
I couldn’t get deep into the patch because the grass was much to high. I didn’t want to drag my little girl through all those weeds when they were up to her shoulders. AND I was afraid of snakes.
But, there was a little patch of daisies close to the road and I was able to get a couple of shots of that.
The shot I thought I would use today. But, then I captured her and thought no batch of daisies today.
What more do I need when I have this girl.