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Well, i'm disappointed. I didn't get to see Uars crash to the earth in a big ball of flame, but there is still hope that it will turn us into zombies, so we'll see.
Been getting a lot of business with my photos lately, kind of weird since I didn't really do much all summer and now that falls rolled around I'm booked solid for the next month, but hey, I'll take it. Did an amazing shoot last Wednesday with a family who had an adorable little girl. Keep your eyes on my Photography blog for a preview of that session I will try to post the pix soon, I'm in the middle of editing them right now. I will tell you this though, there were bubbles involved, lol.

Came home last night to Phoenix telling me that he peed on my desk chair, but he cleaned it up himself. Then a few minutes later I sat at my computer not thinking that Phoenix peed on it and got an unpleasant surprise. After I changed my wet pants and did a few things around the house, guess what? I sat down at my computer again and soaked another pair of pants. I just don't learn. I guess that's the price of being a mother.

Jason took a really encouraging photo of me the other day,
Me at last wednesdays photo session, and I feel good about how I look.
Its taken a lot of work for me to get to the point where I can feel good about myself, but its totally worth it. If you want to know how I did it you can buy my book at

Any who, on to other stuff I did this week. Here are some awesomely strange pictures for you to enjoy. :) 
Mr. Grumpo Pants being blinded by the light, wrapped up like a .....

Finally finished my brothers awesome hat and detachable beard warmer.

Made Phoenix a chicken plushy.


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