Hanover Ontario Photographer – Documenting My Own Family at Allan Park. I took half a week off to celebrate my step daughter getting married and have some family time, before Adam jets off to Lexington again.  In previous years Ive always been nervous that a few days off in October will mean that I will get behind in my work. Let it be known that throughout this most challenging year;

Happy New Year! I cant believe have a broken foot. Really its not – still New Year I mean; I cant believe that its February and Im getting to write my first post! This year has been a bang up year so far – all puns intended! I spent New Years Day with my family.  Adam and I bundled the boys up and headed to Collingwood to check out all

Shelburne Photographer – Muddy Puddles “Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey, whiskey makes my baby… feel a littke frisky!” Luke Bryan   Today Im thankful for the RAIN!!!! This has been one of the driest summers I can remember! I cant recall the last time we cut the lawn (June maybe?), and its the same for my neigbours. When the rain came we all got a little excited… being farmers

Today I am grateful for my photographer friends. Today’s Mimosa Monday I am grateful for my photographer friends. While I cannot list all of them in this post, I want to celebrate how lucky am I to have found such great, meaningful relationships over the years. This past week, and over the weekend too, I got together with just a handful of these fine photographers; a couple of them multiple times, because of a super

Welcome to Mimosa Monday! A weekly instalment of celebrating life, love and things I’m grateful for ❤️ Welcome to our first “MM” post! This weekend was Victoria Day weekend, a long weekend in Canada more commonly known as May 2-4(two-four).  An American friend and ex-coworker of mine once told me it was the Canadian’s “Another Excuse to Drink” holiday. Lincoln, you’re not to far off!  Which is why I chose

May already.  Its been 4 weeks since my last letter – 4 weeks since Pearson was born.  4 weeks of rocking, nursing, bouncing, patting. 4 weeks of trying to read books to Ollie with one hand, eat with one hand, and Ive gotten very good at making the bed with one hand. A friend of my family was over recently, for business actually and he sent me a message that said

A Letter To All My Children For this months instalment of A Letter To Our Children; I want to say something to each and every one of my kids starting with the one that stole my heart first, then my first born, moving through all the boys and finishing with my newborn that I hold in my arms. This is also the first time I’ve blogged from my phone…. New

Dear Ollie aka Love Bug In 8 days you will be turning 2! I can’t beleive how fast the years are flying by.  I’ll never forget how you came into this world – faster than a speeding bullet – but I’ll save that story for another day! I love watching you grow, and seeing just how similar yet so different you are from your brother.  Like Keith, you are a man

By Appointment Only – Alliston Wedding Photographer The day has come! The paint is dry, the photos hung, cozy pillows tossed on the couch, and of course the Tassimo machine is plugged in. Heart and soul; blood, sweat and tears. A dream became reality this past week and a bit.  I opened a boutique wedding and portrait photography studio at 29 Paris St in Alliston. Deciding if a space of my own

Hola! I need to tell you about Tuesdays Together Barrie! I’m so excited about this! Back in the fall of 2016 I learned about a huge organization of creatives on Facebook called the Rising Tide Society. I can’t begin to tell you how amazing this group is, and how many resources are offered to supporting and helping creative entrepreneurs. In a nutshell, the organization has smaller community groups that meet