Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Success in Seattle!

What a wonderful weekend...let's see... does it get any better??? Work was EXHILARATING....hotel was RELAXING.... food and drink TASTY... running in the sun GLORIOUS ...getting outa town to work and relax alongside my BFF Steve (a.k.a. my husband)~Absolutely PRICELESS!!!
We accomplished a weeks worth of living in just 3 quick days! Our trip only had one unpleasantry ...I-90 was a nasty mess with 2 hour delays. But what the heck! - the Cougs won in Pullman, the Huskies also upset their rival, and Verizon Broadband kept me entertained ... must admit, cruisin' the Internet, while crossing the State, definitely shortens the trip!
OK...so better add THE BEST of all was our enjoyable engagement session with Marc & Erin cruisin' all over Seattle...Alki Beach, the Space Needle, and The Market---we were on the move, THANKS guys...you made this a great afternoon, and let us not forget to give an honorable mention to Mother Nature ...poured buckets all morning, cleared as we started our photography and did not rain a drop until 10 minutes after we finished! The buzz in Seattle inspires creativity! Don't get me wrong, we love living in Spokane, but it is always good to get away! But always good to be home too! Ahhh!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Grandmothers are GREAT!

So in all our years in business, I believe that yesterday was new territory! What an honor to have two grandmothers attend a High School Senior session. ---And yes! this led me to joke about having THREE SENIORS here, all at once. There were some unexpected comments (let's just say things you would NOT EXPECT a grandma to say!) Our session was packed with fun and energy... Alex! I just gotta tell ya: You are blessed to have two energetic grandmothers that love you to pieces. Actually, I bet Alex already knows this! They certainly assisted in helping her get her "game on!" These gals are awesome, and certainly neither grandmother is ready for a rocking chair - Pat and Kathleen are on top of their game! Thanks for coming along - it was a pleasure and privilege working with this trio of "Seniors!"